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XboX games back up - 7/27/2003 5:00:49 AM   
Jacka1L

 

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Hello,i got xbox and i want back up one game,called Dead or Alive 3.And i dont really know what to do,can anybody help me how to make work copy of disk.I saw some topics it says i need modchip for xbox,but i dont really want to do that,and excually i dont have free money for that,so is there can be anyway to have a good copy of game with out modchip ?! i have cloneCD,Alcohol 120,DVD,CDR,CDRW but i dont know what to do[?]
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RE: XboX games back up - 7/27/2003 8:45:45 PM   
Jimmys


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Hi
The truth is that you can't play any backup cd in your xbox,if it is not modified.
There is although a way through linux opearting system but i don't know if it is still under beta test or if its really working.
Is this a cd-r game or a dvd one?

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RE: XboX games back up - 7/28/2003 2:42:32 AM   
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Yeah, can be done through linux, networked to your xbox, it's out of beta now, I saw it on TechTv.


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RE: XboX games back up - 8/10/2003 3:17:34 PM   
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Also be sure that your X-box has a samsung drive.(the one with the two large holes in it (as big as 5 euro cent coin)
The Philips and Thomson drives are known to be problematic with cd-r's.

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