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If the game starts with the hard drive removed, then power off the console, remove the hard drive, reinsert the hard drive and after try the game again. If it doesn’t work only with the hard drive attached, then your hard drive will need to be replaced.Try
Removing any other memory units or USB flash drives
If removing one of these resolves the issue, then power down the console and try again with the drive reattached. If the game doesn’t work only with the device in question attached, it will have to be replaced (or if it’s a USB, reformatted). Try other games
if other games dont work then you need to set up a repair that can be done here
i have had this problem as well i recently got the trilogy and i called the developer and they told me my disk had a manufacturing error i recommend calling in to the developer and if it was purchased within 90 days they will give you two options try to
exchange it at the store you got it at saying that they confirmed that is faulty and will reimburse the store if they replace the game (they rocomend trying this because it saves you time and money ) or you can send it in to them in the case with both disks
but you have to pay shipping and they will send you a new copy of the game sorry that i don't have the turn around time for you as i called about 2 months ago
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