Went back to title screen and checked downloadable content, and all were marked as downloaded.
Game of the Year (Got Y) editions of games have become the norm now that DLC is such a common way of adding extra content to a title, typically for some extra cash. This would be a great edition of the game to pick up if you didn’t at launch, except for one thing: Bio Ware/EA has decided to place none of the additional DLC content on the actual disc.
If including the DLC meant shipping a second disc, then EA would take the cost saving of throwing a code in the box instead.
Whatever the reason, Got Y editions should not be the original game and a code for downloads.
Secondly, regardless of what several sites - including Xbox Live's help - say, the only way been able to get all of the DLC to load when the Xbox 360 virtual machine starts up is if it is that same DLC disc is in my Xbox One's disc drive and not the main game disc as one would naturally assume it should be.
(I can get the game itself to start up fine with the game disc in the drive, but the DLC such as Awakening, The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, etc will not show up as installed content regardless of it's presence on my Xbox One's hard drive.)In what I hope are fairly simple steps, this is what I ended up doing in order to install it on the second Xbox One that lives at my house, and it worked with no issues:1: Insert the DLC install disc into the Xbox One's disk drive, and from the home screen, select 'install disc.' After doing so, the Xbox One should inform you that to use the content it will require you to install an update and tell you how much space it will take.
Why not update the disc image and include the DLC so as to bypass the download?
Just putting the info out there Here's how I got it to work...totally uninstalled all and reinstall fresh from disc 2.
Allow it to do so, and it will install all of the DLC packages from the disc.2: Remove the DLC disc from the Xbox One's disc drive and insert the actual 'game' disc for Dragon Age: Origins.
If you have it set to autoplay, a message will pop up that you must install an update to play the game and tell you the size of the update.
Just use any BASIC text editor to work on the "package.mft" file.
If, on the other hand, your problem is that you can't SAVE the edited version of "package.mft" back to the folder, you may need to open your editor with "Run as Admin", or save it to a different location then copy it back to the correct one. Can't enable Quick Looting and Redcliffe Crafting Supply, for example.