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HowTo: Burn XBox360 Backups on a Mac

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It’s been a while since I’ve put up a tutorial regarding anything dealing with XBox360. There is a reason for that… Quite simply, God of War III came out on the PS3 as well as Gran Turismo 5 so I had no choice but to ditch the 360 and get a PS3. In my opinion it was a good move. I don’t want to make this post about comparing the 360 to the PS3, so with that in mind, I would like to post up a quick tutorial on how to burn Xbox 360 backups using a new app I developed called isoBurn. isoBurn, simply put is an app that burns ISO’s and DMG’s for the Mac. It is the only app that I am aware of that can correctly burn backups of 360 games using native Mac OS X API’s, better yet, I have tested this app on OS X 10.7 (Lion) the next release of Apple’s operating system and it works flawlessly.

Tools you will need for a successful Burn:

  • isoBurn 1.0 (Available at the Mac App Store – Link) NOTE: As of 10/4/2011, Version 1.2 has been submitted to the Mac App Store with support for XGD3
  • abgx360 for Mac (Available on the abgx website – Mirror 1)
  • Blank Dual Layer Verbatim Media (All the others suck in my opinion and will not constantly burn a working game)
  • A Mac running at least OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • A good DVD burner. The ones that come with the Mac’s are not the best and you would be better off with a good external burner.
  • A backup of a 360 game that you would like to burn
  • A modded Xbox360 running firmware iXtreme LT + for best compatibility

Ok, so now that you’ve got everything you need, fire up abgx360. We use abgx360 to verify the ISO and make sure that everything is properly patched and to generate a .dvd file if there isn’t one already. At the end of the tutorial I will cover briefly how you can use isoBurn to verify your disc to ensure that it has been burned properly. This is a good way to check some discs that you may have burned previously that don’t work, at least you will be able to know why they don’t work.

Verify your ISO with abgx360:

Open abgx360 and then open up your ISO file of the game by clicking on the blue folder icon to the right of the text input field. You should have something similar to the below illustration.

Now click on the AutoFix tab and copy the settings below.

When you have everything set correctly you can click on the blue Launch button at the very bottom it should turn green when you hover over it with your mouse.

After clicking on the Launch button, a Terminal window should open and you should start seeing a bunch of text similar to the below. DO NOT INTERRUPT THIS PROCESS. Let it do its thing.

Notice the lines in Red, the game I am working with has a blank DMI, a blank PFI and my Stealth check has failed. These are all bad things and fortunately are all things that abgx360 will fix for us.

You will notice that towards the bottom you’ll see some nice green lines of text. PFI, DMI, Video and Stealth have all been fixed, now it just needs to verify the CRC of the ISO. Let it finish, be patient this could take a few minutes. Finally we know that the program has finished when we see the line AutoFix was successful!

You can now close the Terminal and abx360. We can now move on to burn our game using isoBurn… Do me favor, when you get a chance, please rate isoBurn on the Mac App Store.

 

Burn your ISO with isoBurn:

Go ahead and open up isoBurn, if you haven’t downloaded it yet you can get it here from the Mac App Store. The interface of isoBurn is pretty simplistic which makes it a very easy tool to work with.

Opening isoBurn should present you with an interface as shown below:

Let’s quickly go over the interface. The big square on the top left is where you drag your ISO or DVD file into. Tip: If you drag your DVD file into the square, isoBurn will automatically set the correct layer break for you. If you drag in the ISO you have to set the layer break manually. To the right of the square you have File Name, File Type and File Size, these should all be obvious.

The Drive drop down will allow you to choose which burner you want to use if you have more then one. The speed allows you to select your burn speed, which should be 2x. isoBurn displays some general information about your chosen burner below the drive selection and speed pop ups. There is also a button that allows you to eject your disc if you need to.

The last section of the Burn interface is Burn Settings, this is where you would manually set your layer break if you used the ISO instead of the DVD file. From here you have the option of selecting to eject the disc or mount the disc after burn. Last but not least, we have the Burn button, when you’re ready to burn, click it. Now for the tutorial with a few screen shots.

With isoBurn opened, drag your DVD or ISO onto the big square on the left hand side, you will know that it worked when isoBurn shows you the File Name, File Type and File size of your image. See the screenshot below for an example:

If you used the DVD file you should have noticed that the layer break was automatically set for you, please reference the screen shot above.

If you used the ISO file you will need to enter the layer break manually, the proper layer break is 1913760. You should enter this into the layer break text field under Burn Settings.

Select your burner if you have more then one.

Select the Burn speed, IMPORTANT: Do not burn faster then 2x, it does not produce consistent results and may very well leave you with coasters.

Click the burn button. Wait about 45 minutes and your game should be ready.

 

Verify your burned disc with isoBurn:

isoBurn, is not just an ISO / DMG image burner but is also a tool that can provide you with useful information about any of your discs. One thing I’ve noticed with coasters is that for the most part, either the layer break was incorrect or the session was not properly closed. isoBurn can verify this for you, with the Media Info tab.

With isoBurn opened, go ahead and click on the Media Info Tab and put a burned 360 game in your burner. isoBurn will immediately analyze the disc and give you a few important pieces of information. See screen shots below for a game that has been correctly burned and one that will never play in a 360.

Screen Shot A

Screen Shot B

If you’ll notice on screen shot A, the key pieces of information are the layer break, Sessions and Appendable. A correct layer break should be 1913760 and there should be 1 session and Appendable should be No.

Now if you’ll look at screen shot B, you’ll notice that the Appendable is set to yes and that there is no session. This is an example of a disc that will never play on a 360.

This feature adds a valuable troubleshooting ability to your tool set. This will allow you to rule out if there is anything wrong with the burn itself or if there is another issue. How many times have you asked yourself after a burn and finding out that it doesn’t play if its because of a bad burn or because of outdated firmware that doesn’t support Wave ‘X’

Well with this tool at least you will know that the layer break is correct and that the session is closed and if abgx360 verified before you burned then there must be an issue with your 360 or the firmware you are using.

Please don’t forget to rate isoBurn on the Mac App Store, it only takes a minute, do it while your waiting for a burn to finish :)

Tutorial Disclaimer: This tutorial or the software isoBurn does not claim that it is able to produce working backups of Xbox360 games. This tutorial is only based from my own experiences and does not guarantee results. Use this tutorial and isoBurn at your own risk.

Legal Disclaimer: Copying or downloading games that you have not legally purchased or own is illegal in all countries. This violates not only laws in your own country, but international copyright laws as well. The purpose of this turoial is for making backup copies of games that you legally own. Software piracy is illegal carries a huge penalty if convicted, is ethically wrong, and hurts the game companies. Support the game developers by purchasing the games you play. You wouldn’t work for free would you? I am offering a SERVICE to those who cannot make backups of the games they legally own. Chris Fletcher is not affiliated with ANY of the companies, Microsoft, Xbox 360 or any others.

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52 Responses to “HowTo: Burn XBox360 Backups on a Mac”
  1. Jeff says:

    Chris,

    I have a problem when I burn with Isoburn. I have a macbook pro. I get to the point where it is burning onto the disk and it just ejects the disk with no error message around 15 minutes in. Have you heard of this before?

    Jeff

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  2. Chris says:

    Jeff,

    What brand media are you using, what speed are you burning at and what type of burner are you using?

    Chris

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  3. Kwf says:

    Hey Christ

    How do you burn Forza Motorsport 3? It’s a 14gb game.
    I can just use the isoBurn? Like insert it once after another?

    Kwf

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  4. Chris says:

    Kwf,

    Forza is a 2 disc game, you should have 2 ISO files, you will need to burn each on its own disc.

    Chris

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  5. Jeff says:

    Chris,

    I am using verbatim disks dual layer, burning at 2x, and using my macbook pro to burn the disks.

    Jeff

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  6. Mark says:

    Hi Chris

    I have tried burning a xbox game with both a verified ISO and DVD file however each time i burn it it never applies the layer break

    The DVD file applies the layer break in the settings automatically and i have also tried it manually using the ISO file however it never works

    Im using a i7 15″ Macbook Pro on Lion, can you give me any advice

    Mark

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  7. Chris says:

    Mark,

    DId you verify the disc after burning within isoBurn to verify that the layer break has been set correctly? and that there are no open sessions on the disc. A lot of times when you burn at a speed that is too fast or you use media that is not high quality. The burn process will end prematurely and leave an open session, leaving you with an unusable disc.

    Chris

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  8. Mark says:

    Hi Chris

    Yes when i verified the disk afterwards it was just blank where the layer break information should be and i know i put the layer break information in and ticked the box

    Im burning on the stock burner at x2 speed on verbatim DVD-R DL disks?

    Any advice?

    Thanks

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  9. Jon says:

    It says unrecognizable disk every time i try to burn it.. Im on OS x Lion

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  10. Chris says:

    Jon,

    Which app are you using to try and burn with?

    Chris

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  11. Frank says:

    To all those having issues burning on Mac take my advice and install VMware or Parallel and then install Windows. Just load XP and then download ImgBurn.
    Mac will give you lots a coasters to play with. To burn Xbox360 games its not the perfect platform yet. ImgBurn is an awesome program to burn Xbox360 backups.
    Abgx360 and ImgBurn perfect combination.

    Windows XP should be fine for day to day burning. Dont need to install Windows 7. You can if you have 8 GB ram on you Mac then go ahead. I would not recommend WIndows 7 with 4 GB ram. It will slow you Mac down.

    Hope this helps.

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  12. Volten says:

    Hello chris, ive been burning a few games with ur tutorial and it has all worked out just fine!

    But today something strange happend, i followed the guide as usual but something went wrong. When i check the disc info it says:

    Appendable: Yes

    Instead of No. What has gone wrong here? Is there something i did or just random. Cause everything else is correct. And i dont dare burning the same game again not knowing what went wrong!

    Appreciate help / Volten

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  13. RyzVan says:

    Hi Chris,

    I am unable to buy from the APP Store (I live in a country where the app store hasn’t officially arrived – is there another way for me to buy isoBurn – perhaps pay through paypal / credit card and get to a download page other than the app store.

    Cheers,

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  14. edbook says:

    Hi, thanks for your application and your work.

    Do you have support for new XGD3 isos?

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  15. Chris says:

    edbook,

    Just submitted the new version to the Mac App Store, which has support for XGD3, tested and working.

    Chris

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  16. Chris says:

    RyzVan,

    I’m sorry but currently isoBurn is only available at the app store. If I ever set up a third party to sell isoBurn, I will post here and let everyone know.

    Chris

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  17. Chris says:

    Volten,

    Off the top of my head, I am thinking that maybe a bad image, a bad disc, a write error… etc.. Really, anything can happen, you aren’t going to get a 100% successful burn every single time. If you do, consider yourself lucky. There are too many things that can go wrong.

    Chris

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  18. G-Boy says:

    Hello Chris, (sorry for my english but i’m french …) When we can have access to the update 1.2 please, xgd3 and my macbook make me so bad ! Thx

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  19. Chris says:

    G-Boy,

    isoBurn 1.2 has been submitted to Apple. This version of isoBurn was specifically made to burn images that are to large to fit onto a dual layer DVD.

    isoBurn does this by detecting if an image is larger then the supported size and if it is, offers you the option of truncating. If you so chose to truncate, isoBurn will automatically truncate the file and begin your burning for you.

    The reason isoBurn works better then any of the other apps is because every bit of code is natively supported on the OS X platform. There are no 3rd party frameworks or static libraries included with isoBurn.

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  20. Ken says:

    Hey Chris,
    First off, isoburn is BOMB. I’ve been using it with my macbook air with superdrive. Works like a charm. My one question is could you post a short list of instructions of how to burn xbg3 games with it. I just got the update and am dying to try it out.
    Thanks.

    P.S.-I think that considering the functionality, WELL worth the 4.99. Keep up the good work!

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  21. Chris says:

    Ken,

    Thanks, there really isn’t an elaborate tutorial for burning XGD3. You simply drag your image into isoBurn and click burn. If the image is to large to fit onto a dual layer dvd, the app will let you know and ask you to confirm truncating. If you say yes, isoBurn will start to burn your image.

    Hope that helps.
    Chris

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  22. Eric says:

    This program has been bugging on me for the past 2 hours. Whenever i insert blank media and try to burn an xbox iso, it simply stops the disc and ejects it. This has been an infuriating experience

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  23. Chris says:

    Eric,

    What version of isoBurn are you using?

    Chris

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  24. Eric says:

    Chris,

    I am using version 1.2, the internal drive on my macbook (DVDRW GS21N) which has always given me good results with isoX360 and verbatim media. I apologize for loosing my cool last night. isoX360 has been such a great program for me in the past…
    Also, the filesize description in the disc image portion has been given me weird results. I have dragged the same image into isoburn and have gotten a few differing results. On the HDD, the image is 8.55gigs. When i drag it in, it tells me its 7.96. I have also gotten a few other results in the lower 8 gigs. What can this be affiliated to?

    Thanks for your time,
    Eric

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  25. Chris says:

    Eric,

    What are you using for a layer break?

    Chris

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  26. gary says:

    having the same problem as eric. As soon as I hit BURN, it tells me that Truncate is gonna happen and then the Disc pops out. I tried two different external drives and none worked. I also use the Verbatim-Discs as always. I tried different Layerbreaks also, just to see if it will start to burn. 1913760 and 2133520

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  27. gary says:

    just tried it on a Mac Pro with internal SuperDrive. Same problem. Klick Burn and Disc pops out.

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  28. rot says:

    are you still giving up promo codes? if so can i have one please…..

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  29. Mario says:

    I also have the same the exact problem as Eric on 1.2 with OS 10.7.2. The software uses layerbreak 2133520 (as per the .dvd file) and I as soon as I press burn, it ejects the disc

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  30. Chris says:

    Guys,

    The layer break you should be using is 2086912.

    2133520 should not be used unless you have a blank disc that supports the entire ISO without truncating, and since such a disc does not yet exist. Please forget about this layer break for now.

    1913760 should only be used for pre-XGD3 discs.

    Please try again with the correct layer break and let me know what happened.

    Also, I’ve got a whole forum dedicated to isoBurn for support, etc… In the future, please post there. http://empoc.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=6

    Rot, I do still have a few promo codes, please request for one here. http://empoc.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=36

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  31. Mario says:

    just usef 2086912 and it burns! will let you know results

    cheers

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  32. Pentteri says:

    Yea, when I finally saw your reply about the layerbreak 208….. when trying to burn smaller games, I got everything allright. Nice software and easy to use, but it sure was hard to find out what was wrong and what should I do. Maybe there should be a helpfile about that?

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  33. Pentteri says:

    And I forgot. I would like to know what needs to be the size of the game, if needed to use layerbreak 1913760?

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  34. Chris says:

    Anything pre-XGD3… basically anything that can fit onto a standard dual layer disc without the need to truncate.

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  35. Jon says:

    Hi Chris,

    I just as of today updated my Xbox firmware to LT 2.0.. And i am on a Lion.. I was wondering how to burn the new games using isoburn ?? .. games like (gears of war 3, NBA 2k12) is that all we have to do is the layer break and we can keep the same everything else ?

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  36. Chris says:

    Jon,

    Check out my latest guide Definitive XBox 360 Mac Burning Guide

    Hope that helps.

    Chris

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  37. Jon says:

    Do i need to put it thru ABGX for the XGD3 games or i can skip over that part ?

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  38. Jon says:

    Also can i play online with XGD3 games ?

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  39. Jon says:

    Also im on isoburn 1.2 it seems… i dont no how to get 1.3.. im just really wondering if i can play online

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  40. Jon says:

    OK CHRIS, lol

    UPDATE: I successfully burned a game on isoburn 1.2 (XDG3 Game).. My Question is can this game be played online???

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  41. Jon says:

    Also ^ i didnt run it through ABGX360

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  42. Chris says:

    abgx cannot yet verify XGD3

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  43. Chris says:

    Jon,

    Glad you got it working. No, I do not recommend that you play online at all, especially with XGD3.

    Chris

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  44. Jon says:

    Do you when we will be able to play online ?

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  45. killer_19 says:

    chris…

    i need help with my mac i have completed all your steps everytinhg is always great but when i put it in my xbox goes the error unsupported disk!!! what could that mean ??? what are the possibilities of the error??

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  46. Seb says:

    Dear Chris,

    I have burnt Rayman Origin using your method, but I have a strange outcome: when I put the DVD in the Xbox, I was able to install it, but it will not allow me to play the game (tells me it’s scratched or damage)… When I checked the disk using isoburn, all seems OK. Any ideas what could be wrong?

    Cheers!

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  47. kellman says:

    Hi there.

    Im starting to get verry frustrated now!

    I have successfully burned with x360 ISO Hacker by choosing ‘xgd3 hack’, and then burn the new hacked iso. I have also successfully burned with isoburn.
    After I put the disc into the x-box, I get the game image on the dashboard, I have even been able to innstall the game to the HD. But when i hit play, the screen goes black, and I then get the message that the disc is not suported..

    Im burning on MacBook pro with the standard superdrive. Im also using Verbatim discs, and burning at slowest speed.

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  48. Thierry says:

    Hey Chris,

    I just tried burning an xbox360 game backup but it just don’t work.
    So i tought i buy your program but is still is failing.
    The newest games needs over burn(because there bigger) but the program doesn’t get a hold of it.
    Do you know the solution?

    I don’t get the menu wich you are showing on this page, but just a simplified menu without many configurations.

    I hope you can help me!!
    By the way: Further on your program is good!!

    Regards

    Thierry

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  49. Nicolas says:

    Hi Chris

    I have tried burning a xbox game with a verified ISO and entering manually a correct layer break 1913760 however each time i burns it doesn’t apply the layer break. (Im burning on my Mac speed drive at x2 speed on DVD-R DL disks.)
    When i verified the disk afterwards with Iso Burn, it was just blank where the layer break information should be and i know i put the layer break information in and ticked the box.
    Note: When i put burnt DVD in Xbox it says “not readable, use clean cloth etc…”
    Would you know what could be the pb?

    Thanks
    Nicolas

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  50. Nicolas says:

    Note: Problem equivalent to Mark’s one above (post 18-19/08/11)

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