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Brendan Santidrian

Arctic Thunder and Midtown Madness 3 Lock-Up

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Hey folks! So recently I played with my TSOP flashed 2tb Xbox 1.0 and I have discovered two titles that have been giving me issue:

Arctic Thunder: Won't get past the loading screen before entering a race

Midtown Madness 3: Randomly freezes during races and missions (I can confirm this happening while booting from disc as well)

Just FYI, clearing the cache didn't work for me.

 

So here are the specific details of my hard drive in case people are wondering:

Hitachi HUA722020ALA331

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