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Or if it's not too badly scratched, you could take it to a game store and see if they can buff the disc up for you. Most stores that sell pre-owned games have disc cleaning machines that can remove scratches.
If your disc is still recognised when you put it in your console there is another option you could try too. To do it, you will need another copy of the game, so either borrow a Fallout Vegas from a friend or rent a copy. Install this disc to your consoles
hard drive and then use your disc to run the game.
Your disc doesn't have 'disc burn'. Your disc is in fact scratched. The Xbox 360's DVD drive isn't powerful enough to 'burn' a disc. What happened was, your disc came in to physical contact with the DVD lense. It was this lense that scratched your disc.
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