> Actually, I saw on Ebay someone was Selling this, but I did not see the GD-Rom, but > it did have a HDD and a USB Drive on it. Is it possible the Game might need to be > Written like the CPS3 Games need when being run 1st time?
Are you talking about Capcom vs. SNK 2 or Street Fighter IV?
Capcom vs. SNK 2 was only sold as a GD-ROM with a security dongle (a ROM chip). The first time the game is run, all GD-ROM content is copied into the NAOMI's DIMM board RAM. The machine restarts itself, checks if the data is correct and runs the game from memory. That memory is battery powered but it has to reload the game from the disc if you leave the cabinet powered off for several days.
Street Fighter IV was sold as a hard disk with a security dongle (USB key). No install disc exists. The full operating system (Windows XP Embedded) and game are present on the hard disk and are run from there by the Type X2 system.