If you want to play Xbox games backed up on your PC, you will need to turn them into ISO files before you can burn them for playback on your Xbox console. An ISO file is a CD or DVD file that exists on your hard drive, instead of on a disk. Because Xbox uses a special file system, the ISO must be created using a special program. Once created, the ISO file contains all the data from the game and can be burnt to a DVD and played on modified Xbox consoles.
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Right-click on your desktop and select "New" and then "Folder." Name the new folder whatever you wish.
Locate and highlight the files that you want to load on your Xbox, and drag them into the folder.
Download Quix 1.1. Right-click the downloaded file and click "Extract Here."
Double-click the Quix icon.
Click "Create ISO," select "Local Folder" and then click "Browse."
Select the folder you created on your desktop, into which you dragged your files to convert, and click "OK."
Click "Create ISO" and wait for the process to complete.
Burn the new file as an image to a CD-RW or DVD-R, and play it in your Xbox.
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