In 2001, the software giant, Microsoft jumped into the gaming industry and launched Xbox, their first gaming console. In 2005, they released the advanced version of the Xbox, called Xbox 360 which provides much better storage, audio and video capabilities than the original Xbox F95ZONE . Since then Xbox 360 has become very popular with kids and adults alike. They also have an excellent selection of games available for Xbox 360 and every gaming fan wants to get hold of most of the Xbox 360 games for their gaming adventure.
The problem though is that the Xbox 360 games are expensive and could cost you a lot of money if you want to play most of their games. Each game disc costs more than $50 and they are very sensitive as well. The life span of the gaming discs is not that excellent. Excessive playing of the game or slight rough handling of the gaming disc will damage the game and it will become unplayable on your console. If you really liked that game and want to continue playing it then you will have to spend anther $50 or more to buy that game again. You see how all this cost can add up for your entire game library.
An obvious solution to save repeated cost on the same game disc is to copy your original game disc, play the backup copy of your game and keep the original game disc at safe place. This way you will always have the original disc if something happens to the backup copy. You buy the Xbox 360 game once and never spend another dime on the same game again. Having the original disc kept aside safely, you will be preserving your entire gaming library not only for yourself but for your kids as well when they grow up.
Now the question is how to copy Xbox 360 games that you can play on your console. You may already have tried this using regular CD / DVD copying software like Nero but then found out that you can’t play them on the console. This is because the Xbox 360 games have special encryption code that these softwares can’t decode and therefore the Xbox 360 console can’t play the games that are copied using regular disc copying software.
You may also have heard advice of modifying your Xbox 360 by installing some sort of modchip or change the BIOS of the XBOX so that it no longer checks for the encryption code on the games. Problem with methods like these is that they are too complicated for the normal user, may not work at the end and surely they will void warranty on your gaming console. You must stay away from these techniques.