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i'm downloading a bunch of the oxm demo disks from archive.org. i remember that there is a certain program that i have to use to make those images ready for the hdd of my xbox but i don't remember what that program is. i'm also downloading a bunch of the oxm disk and i would like to be able to just set the program to ready all of them instead of having to do it one after the other, individually. can anyone tell me how to do this?

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