If you listen to one thing in this article today I would like it to be that you should backup your video games before you damage them. Take this advice from someone who has had firsthand experience in destroying two consoles and a numerous number of games. The first video game console that I destroyed I had a mod chip fitted to it and I thought great I can now play my games without worrying I’m going to break them however when I went to switch the console on it wouldn’t respond and it turned out that the computer chip that was installed to my computer had fried the insides of the console.
The second console that I destroyed also had a modulation chip installed to it and it worked great for around a week, then all of a sudden my computer fried from the inside again due to a poorly fitted mod chip. The saying goes third time lucky and this time it was because I decided not to waste any more money in using chips inside my console to play duplicate games. I decided to look for another way and I was astonished how simple the way was.
To backup Xbox 360 games and my PlayStation 3 games I didn’t need to take my computer apart or any fancy equipment all I needed was my standard PC, some blank disks, the original game I wanted to duplicate, special copying software and a step by step tutorial to help me copy my games.
Basically all I did to copy my games was install the special software, insert the Xbox 360 original game disk and then open up the software. Once I opened the software it told me everything I needed to do such as when to take out the original disk and insert the blank disk. Once the blank disk was inserted all I had to was wait a couple of minutes and my game was copied and I could play it without the use of a mod chip.
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