Nxe2God Download - Convert Installed Xbox 360 Games to Games on Demand Games

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  1. InsaneNutter

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    NXE2GOD is an application for homebrew enabled Xbox 360's which have been hacked with either the Jtag or RGH hack. NXE2GOD will convert Xbox 360 installed games (NXE) to Games on Demand games, essentially meaning you can install the Xbox 360 game and play without having to put the disc in the Xbox 360.

    This is very handy as many old Xbox 360 have very loud DVD's drives, or the DVD drives have problems reading discs.

    Normally once you installed an Xbox 360 game on your Xbox's 360 hard drive, the game disc still needs to be in the Xbox 360, otherwise you can't play the game.

    With NXE2GOD you can load games that are installed on your Xbox 360 hard drive without having the disc in the Xbox 360.

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    Download NXE2GOD - Converts installed Xbox 360 games to Games on Demand games

    How to use NXE2GOD:

    This tutorial explains how to convert installed Xbox 360 games to Games on Demand games and play without the disc in the Xbox 360, complete with screenshots of the process.

    1. The sort version of this is to unzip NXE2God and copy the app to your hard drive on the Jtagged / RGH hacked Xbox 360:

    nxe2god-install-game.jpg

    2. You then simply run the default.xex, NXE2GOD will scan your Xbox 360 hard drive for installed games, after NXE2GOD will convert the installed games to Games on Demand games, once it's finished it will return to the Xbox 360 dashboard.

    nxe2god-convert-game.jpg

    3. You can not start any Xbox 360 game without the disc in the console.
     

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    how to shortcut it to dashboard?
     
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    You need to make a shortcut with the Quickboot application to the location the XEX file is in your hard drive, you can then launch it from the Demos section.
     
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    can i use it on a non-jtag xbox 360 ???and will it make any harm to the console???? i hv 3 games installed on my 360...so cani choose which game to convert ??????
     
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    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

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    ISO2God will only work on a Jtag / RGH Xbox 360, it will do nothing on any other Xbox 360.
     
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    it says that it could not detect any nxe games
    what to do ?? :/
     
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    So you have installed some games to the internal hard drive using the Xbox 360 dashboard?
     
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    i have installed them to a flash memory using the xbox 360 dashboard and the nxe2god is on the same memory
     
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    The games must be installed on the internal hard drive, not a usb memory stick.
     

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