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Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by kharv, Mar 1, 2007.

  1. kharv

    kharv Member

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    i just got an old xbox, and i was wondering how to play isos on it, i already know how to get them. i just need to know how to play them and make the xbox read them
     
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    Aww.. I thought this thread was going to be.. "Dig out a fishtail parka, dust off the Lambretta and head down to Brighton for fighting on the beach"
    Instead it's more boring console modding where we have been soooooo many times before. What a shame :(
     
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    /me puts on his parka with fox tail & shouts in best Phil Daniels voice ''we are the mods , we are the mods ... we are , we are , we are the mods''

    lol , I always did like Quadrophenia ;-)
     
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    Is that what you kids are call'n that natural herbal remedy these days :p
     
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    you need to either install a mod chip, or softmod it. The mod chip is more expensive but is a better option. It is easier to recover from any problems, and swapping for a larger hard drive is a piece of cake. Solderless chips are not too bad and most people could install them at home with just a little technical knowledge.
     

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