Once you do that, make sure the file and folder have the proper names.
On the CD or thumb drive you are using, the file MUST be named .
now i am faceing a little problem i need to install game in my hard drive but there is not comming a any option like (install game to hard drive) there is comming just (install game) when i am install game in my xbox after that i want to play game without disk .,.,.,, and my xbox not able to play game without disk when i click on the game who i installed in my xbox there is comming some wrong like (insert disk in the tray).,.,.,.
the game is already installed in my xbox,.,."Install game" is the option you are looking for.
Its Simple create another xbox account (should be a silver or the 1 month trial subscription). Hope this solves everbodys media update problem!!!!
Note: The following only applies to the old Xbox One Controller.
And you do indeed have to still have the disk in the Xbox when you want to play it, otherwise, you could just rent or borrow games, install them, and take the disk back and still be able to play them.
The install feature's purpose is to improve load times by putting the game's contents on the hard disk, which data can be loaded faster off of than the regular DVD.
If they are not in the proper hierarchy, the Xbox will not recognize it and it won't work.
These also must be the ONLY files on the CD or thumb drive.
I don't know if my Xbox 360 already supports backward compatibility (in the Xbox 360's case, the ability to play original Xbox games) for it, so I decided to update it.
I don't have Xbox Live (which you would usually use), so I decided to update it by downloading the update from and putting it on a CD, and then putting that CD in my Xbox 360.
Here is the page where I found out how to make it work. If you have a writable CD a thumb drive, use the thumb drive, because it's much easier.