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Xbox Offline Xbox Live Downloadable Content [DLC] Installers

Discussion in 'Downloadable Content' started by Harcroft, Nov 16, 2008.

  1. Harcroft

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    If you played in any official tournaments and unlocked some of those cars, you may have the keys we need to unlock the DLC items. For all I know it's on disc DLC unlocked by save files.
     
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    Brute Force installer updated.
    Added PAL TU in addition to existing NTSC TU, all DLC from 4 sources is matching and region free.
    Cleaned up installer with new contact info, new art, music.
     
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    I pretty much had all the DLC, however that particular Xbox console was damaged during a storm
     
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    It most likely blew out the power supply, possibly parts of the motherboard. As long as the hard drive and eeprom is intact I could extract all your DLC. If you still have it and want to go for that I'm up for trying.
     
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    Dead or Alive Ultimate update installer updated.
    Added newest update, but kept the previous update for archival purposes.
    Fixed the typos in the Readme.

    Forza Motorsport update installer updated.
    Added update for Forza Motorsport with XBLA included disc.
     
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    Project Gotham Racing 2 installer updated with PAL title update. This should fix problems and prevent the need for workarounds for players using PAL copies of the game. The DLC is still region free.
    Updated installer with new art, music and a Content Info text file with info about the 2 DLC packs.

    Special thanks to Fixified for our first new contribution for a very long time, and for #3 on my hit list for this project.
     
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    @Harcroft First, thanks so much for all of these great DLC installers!

    I wanted to post about an issue I was having that I think I've solved. Some of the installers would do nothing when I clicked on the items to install. It would make a sound effect noise, but not actually install anything. It also would not properly identify when a particular DLC was already installed (would not grey the menu item). I finally traced it down to the fact that I used xbe_renamer 0.8 to rename the default.xbe on these files (for example, I wanted it to show up in UnleashX as "Halo 2 DLC" instead of "Halo 2 DLC Installer"). Upon inspecting the original xbe and modified xbe side by side, I noticed that xbe renamer overwrote the Alternate Title ID field with 00's. From what I've read online about xbe file format (http://www.caustik.com/cxbx/download/xbe.htm) the Alternate Title ID field should be irrelevant, but it appears that in this case it is not.

    In looking at the original xbe for Halo 2 DLC Installer, the Title ID field is 83 00 53 4D or, byte swapped, 4D530083 (I don't find this title ID anywhere online) and the Alternate ID is 64 00 53 4D or, byte swapped, 4D530064 which is actually Halo 2's Title ID (see https://github.com/jeltaqq/Xbox-Original-GameList/blob/master/Xbox Original GameList.tsv).

    If I manually fix the Alternate ID hex in my renamed xbe everything works fine again. Also, if I use cxboxtool instead of xbe_renamer to modify the xbe name, it doesn't zero out the Alternate ID and everything works fine.

    1) Just thought that might help some people who may have been facing the same issue.
    2) Wondering if you could explain how TitleID and AlternateID are used in these xbe's?

    Thanks!
     
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    I would suggest moving this to a whole new thread inside this sub forum and I'd be more than willing to help you there. I've been looking at doing something similar, so move (delete/repost) your post and we can chat about it in your own thread.

     
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    Done! https://digiex.net/threads/dlc-local-batch-installer-script.15999/ I look forward to working with you to make it a reality!
    Also, please see my other post above regarding renaming the xbe title. It was waiting on mod approval so you might not have seen it.

    Finally, as I was going through the DLC downloads from this thread, I encountered a few other issues that caused some of them to not install correctly for me. I've root caused the reason to the fact that these particular DLC packages have the wrong TitleID in the readme.txt file. I'm manually creating the folders on my XBOX, so when I create the folder with the wrong TitleID the DLC installer doesn't find a folder with the correct title ID and the DLC install fails. To be clear, the installers themselves actually work fine (they use the correct TitleIDs) and If I had run the actual game to cause the TDATA folder creation instead of creating the directories myself I would not have encountered these problems. So these are really nitpicks, but I figured I'd post them here in case anyone else ran into the same issues.

    1) MechAssault 2: readme says "4553006B", correct TitleID is "4D53006B"
    2) Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition: readme says "45450079", correct TitleID is "54540079"
    3) MX Superfly: readme says "545100100", correct TitleID is "54510010"
    4) Street Fighter Anniversary Collection: readme says "4D53000f", correct TitleID is "4343000f"
    5) Driv3r: readme says "49470038", correct TitleID is "49730038"

    I still have a few more to test, so I'll let you know if I find any others.
    Thanks again for all your work!
     
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    Thanks for the feedback. We're human too and we've made mistakes and it's always helpful when you guys find them so I can fix them.
    I've made a note of all of those in my to do list. I'm working on it alphabetically still. I have about 30 installers on the list right now, but I am working my way through them.

    When in doubt, ignore the readme file and use the cdx.inx. If the DLC installs fine, then the inx (ini) file is accurate.
     

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