how to burn xgd3 games with lt + 3.0

how to burn xgd3 games with lt + 3.0

Make sure you have patched your game with the topology patch if not learn here how to:

If your patched than continue below:

We recommended that you use the latest version of ImgBurn (v2.5.5.0
at the time of writing, downloadable at
. Older versions may
handle this process differently and/or give a different set of

Although it is set by default in ImgBurn, please ensure that under
Tools > Settings > Write, you have "Layer Break (For DL Media)" set
to "Calculate Optimal".

Please ensure that the layerbreak is set as 2133520 in the .dvd file.
If you already have the XGD2 (or other) layerbreak value set in
ImgBurn, the .dvd of the XGD3 ISO will override that setting and use
the proper layerbreak.

As mentioned above, ImgBurn will automatically reposition/limit the
layerbreak to 2086912 when burning to regular DVD+R DL discs.

Please see the included imgburn-xgd3-errors.png image for screenshots
of the errors you'll encounter in ImgBurn and what to click on in
each dialog that pops up.

Step by Step:

1. Choose "Write image file to disc", and after loading the .dvd
file, click "Write".

2. ImgBurn will pop up a notice saying that there is not enough
space on the disc to burn the image, and asks if you would like to
continue anyway. Click "Yes".

3. Another message might pop up saying that optimal layerbreak
position exceeds L0 capacity. Click "Yes".

4. An error will then pop up noting that "Set L0 Data Zone
Capacity Failed". Click "Continue".

5. The image will begin writing to the disc.

6. Nearing the end of the write process, ImgBurn will pop up an
error at around 97% or 98% (this is what we want -- it's
intentional!). Click "Cancel".

7. A notice will then pop up asking if you would like ImgBurn to
try and perform the "'Close Track/Session/Disc' functions". Click

8. Let the disc finalize, and you're done!
9. For best performance Team Executer recommends these discs 

How to flash Liteon with Lt+3.0

This is an all in one package containing all of the firmware as well as LT+3.0 for slim and fat and the latest jailbreaker.

LT+ 3.0 Phat BenQ/Lite-on:
Download: iXtreme LT+ 3.0 Download 
Download: iXtreme LT+ 3.0 Mirror 

If link gets taken down or does not work leave a comment I will fix it.

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How to get xbox live for free

This is my guide on how to get Xbox live gold membership cards for free and in this topic I will be talking about 1 month cards and 3 month cards.

Now the reason I am not doing 12 months is because if you think about it a lot can happen in a year, your account might get banned, you might want to sell it either way this is for 1 month and 3 months.
Register Here or read until the end.

Now how do you get them for free?

First let me tell you how long it took me until I got 3 months Xbox live card, firstly I really needed Xbox live plus with all the new features that came out recently, you just need it so I set my self a goal that in one day I will get  a free xbox live membership and that's what happened the next day I woke up and started looking for a way to get that membership and now I have 3 months of gold plus a lot of other great stuff.
The best part is you only need to do a couple of surveys which are worth 100 points, so think about it when you join my team you get 250 points as a bonus for joining my team, next each survey is about 100 points so in a day you could easily get yourself a 3 month card and what does that take a days of work for 3 months of online fun.

If you want to get the free xbox live cards 1 month or 3 of course 1 month takes an hour or less.

How it works

Games to get for Christmas

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2.INVERSION is a third-person co-op shooter that combines hard-hitting, adrenaline-pumping action with a revolutionary gravity manipulation engine. Featuring the Grappler weapon, players will be able to manipulate gravity for their own purposes. The Grappler can be used in countless combat situations by manoeuvring massive objects as shields or projectiles, and moving camped enemies out of concealed cover so they can be blasted away. The Grappler is also a key tool for tactical situations and puzzle solving as players can lift, move, or create cover objects at their whim.
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3.Max Payne 3 continues the tale of former New York City detective, Max Payne. Still haunted by the memories of his traumatic past, Max begins a new life working private security protecting a wealthy industrialist and his family in Sao Paulo, Brazil. When gangs target the family under his protection, Max is forced to fight to save his clients and clear his name, in a bid to, once and for all, rid himself of the demons that have tortured him for far too long.Picking up where the release of Max Payne 2 from series creator Remedy Entertainment left off, Max Payne 3 is a true cross-studio collaboration between Rockstar Games’ global development teams.
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So there you go this was the top 3 games to get for Christmas, they have all been voted as the top ones to get by the general public.

Skyrim Combat tips

Based on the official guide:
By now, you should have skills that aid you in dispatching enemies through melee, ranged, or magical attacks. This section offers advice on maximizing your combat potential no matter how you decide to fight your foes.

General Advice

Don’t overlook your Shout or Powers; they can win the fight for you!
As you set off to explore the realm, you may be overwhelmed with the choices you can make. But remember this following sage advice, and you’ll thrive in the wilds of Skyrim!
Conserve your Resources: Your three statistics -- Health, Magicka, and Stamina -- are all resources you need to conserve.
If you sprint into battle (using Stamina), recast your spells right before heading into battle (Magicka), or push on after a difficult battle without pausing to recover your Health, you’re at a disadvantage.
Stop and wait for a moment (optionally swigging down a potion) to ensure all three stats have recovered fully before you continue.
Remember your Shouts and Powers: While most of your attention will be on the weapons, spells, or shield in your hands, remember that you have a third option at your disposal.
Shouts and Powers are among your most devestating abilities: they don’t cost anything to use, and they can dramatically turn the tide of battle in your favor. Make sure to Favorite them, and always know which one you have equipped.
Then call on them whenever you need a some additional offensive firepower.
Consumable Consumption: Do you find yourself struggling against a particularly troublesome set of foes?
Then stop, rummage around in your inventory, and see if you have an item that might help.
This could be a healing or fortifying potion, a poison for your weapon, or a Scroll with a powerful magic effect. Don’t hoard scrolls; use them!
Active Effects: It’s easy to forget about the Brain Rot you contracted a few hours ago, or not to notice when a blessing or buff has worn off.
Check the Active Effects list in the Magic menu every so often to ensure you know what is ailing or enhancing you.
The Favorites Menu: Discussed later in this chapter, the Favorites Menu not only allows you to quickly switch between weapons and spells, but opening it also pauses time without blocking your view, giving you time to consider your next move.
Save Early. Save Often! Although the game saves your progress automatically, it’s always prudent to make a save before trying something dangerous, like running down a hallway lined with swinging blades or investigating that ominous-looking tomb.
Tuning in the Difficulty: The System > Settings > Gameplay menu allows you to change the game’s difficulty at any time -- even during combat -- which you should try if you’re really struggling, or you’re having too easy a time. Adjust this to suit your preferences.

Melee Combat

To maximize your potential in melee combat, choose a weapon you like, learn its rhythm, improve the associated perks, and try to find (or forge) the most potent version of it that you can.
If you have problems effectively bringing down foes, be sure you know how to respond to and counter their attacks.
Choose your weapon: Early in your adventure, try out a variety of weapons and combat styles and see what works best for you.
Do you prefer one or two-handed weapons?
If you enjoy wielding a one-handed weapon, do you want a shield, spell, or another weapon in your free hand? Then figure out whether daggers (fast, lowest damage), swords, axes, or maces (slow, highest damage) are your favorite.
By learning what you’re most comfortable wielding, you can choose the perks that compliment that style.
The Rhythm of Combat: Once you’ve settled on a weapon or combat style, practice your tactics.
Remember that you and your opponent have a regular Attack, a Power Attack (holding the attack button down for a slower but more damaging strike), Block (raising your shield or weapon to deflect an enemy blow), and Bash (hitting your foe with a shield or the flat of a weapon).
Try to get a feel for how long it takes you to perform these actions with your chosen weapon, and how long it takes for your enemies to do the same.
As your sense of timing improves, you can better decide whether to attack or defend during a fight, and choose your tactics more strategically.
Observe and Counter: Combat involves more than just attacking.
You can take down enemies faster and more effectively by observing their actions and choosing the appropriate counter.
Block if your enemy uses a regular attack.
Bash if your enemy uses a Power Attack to quickly interrupt and stagger them.
Power Attack if your enemy is blocking to break their block and stagger them.
Attack swiftly if your enemy is staggered to cut them down.
Wearing a Cloak: The Destruction line of Cloak Spells (Flame, Frost, and Lightning) are ideal if you plan to engage in close combat -- even if you’re primarily a warrior with little interest in magic -- as they allow you to damage enemies with both your weapons and the cloak’s magical effects, without requiring much attention (or Magicka expenditure).
Cloak Spells also don’t damage your Followers, so there’s no need to worry in close quarters.

Skyrim Leveling Up tips

Skyrim Leveling Up tips

Character Advancement

Leveling Advice

Tactically Level Up during a particularly frightening combat, as shown.
As your skills increase, you gradually make progress towards gaining a level.

There are several aspects of this process worth taking a closer look at:
Improve what you use:

The Skills you use will improve naturally as you use them.
There is no need to go out of your way to improve a skill you never plan to use; this doesn’t level your character any faster, and won’t make your character any stronger or more effective.

Use what you improve: When selecting perks, be sure you’re ready to take full advantage of them.
For example, don’t purchase Adept-level Magic Perks until you have Adept-level spells to cast.

Don’t take Enchanting Perks unless you’re planning on Enchanting something in the immediate future.
Patience and Perks: If you aren’t sure which perk to choose when you Level up, or find yourself a few Skill points away from a perk you really want, it is usually better to save the choice for later.

This gives you more flexibility and allows you to change your mind. Remember, once you select a perk, you can’t take it back!
Tactical Leveling: Leveling up fully restores your Health, Magicka, and Stamina.

This can literally save your life if you find yourself bereft of potions during a difficult battle.
For example, if you gain a level while exploring a dungeon, you may want to wait and level up during the final (or most difficult) fight.

Conversely, there’s no point in hoarding Levels; once you begin leveling up, you must claim all of the levels you’ve earned.

Skyrim Trainers Part 5


Expert Trainer: Keeper Carcette, in the Hall of the Vigilant.
Expert Trainer: Colette Marence, of the College of Winterhold.
Master Trainer: Danica Pure-Spring, of Whiterun.


Journeyman Trainer: Melaran, of Solitude.
Expert Trainer: Dravynea, of Kynesgrove, in Eastmarch.
Master Trainer: Tolfdir, of the College of Winterhold.


There is no Journeyman Trainer for this Skill.

Expert Trainer: Sergius Turrianus, of the College of Winterhold.

Master Trainer: Hamal, or Markarth.

That was it for all the trainers keep coming back for more guides.

Skyrim Trainers Part 4


Journeyman Trainer: Lami of Morthal.
Expert Trainer: Arcadia, of Whiterun.
Master Trainer: Babette, of The Dark Brotherhood.

Magic Skills: The Path of Sorcery


There is no Journeyman Trainer for this Skill.
Expert Trainer: Atub, of Largashbur in The Rift.
Master Trainer: Drevis Neloren, of the College of Winterhold.


Journeyman Trainer: Runil of Falkreath.
Expert Trainer: Phinis Gestor, of the College of Winterhold.
Master Trainer: Falion of Morthal.


Journeyman Trainer: Wuunferth the Unliving, of Windhelm.
Expert Trainer: Sybille Stentor of Solitude.
Master Trainer: Faralda, of the College of Winterhold.

Go to page 5 for more

Skyrim Trainers Part 3


There is no Journeyman Trainer for this Skill.
Expert Trainer: Majhad of the Khajiit Caravans.
Master Trainer: Vex, of The Thieves Guild, in Riften.


Journeyman Trainer: Ahkari, of the Khajiit Caravans.
Expert Trainer: Silda the Unseen, of Windhelm.
Master Trainer: Vipir, of The Thieves Guild, of Riften.


Journeyman Trainer #1: Dro’marash of the Khajiit Caravans.
Journeyman Trainer #2: Revyn Sadri of Windhelm.
Expert Trainer: Ogmund the Skald, of Markarth.
Master Trainer: Geraud Gemaine, of The Bards College in Solitude.
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Skyrim Trainers Part 2


Journeyman Trainer: Faendal, of Riverwood.
Expert Trainer: Aela the Huntress, of The Companions in Whiterun.
Master Trainer: Niruin, of The Thieves Guild, in Riften.

Stealth Skills: The Path of Shadow

Light Armor

Journeyman Trainer: Scouts-Many-Marshes of Windhelm.
Expert Trainer: Grelka of Riften.
Master Trainer: Nazir, of The Dark Brotherhood.


Journeyman Trainer: Khayla, of the Khajiit Caravans.
Expert Trainer: Garvey, of Markarth.
Master Trainer: Delven Mallory, of The Thieves Guild, in Riften.