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quality of xbox games that gone through the ethernet

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by kew85204, Nov 29, 2004.

  1. kew85204

    kew85204 Member

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    i was intrested in umm goin through the enternet to my other house to transfer an xbox iso and i was wondering cause you know when you get video files on the enternet they can be very crapy and dont look well. so do games that i download from the ethernet (withch im going to send the game iso over the enthernet) loose quality GRR screw it i want to download a game but will it loose quality and loook crapy
     
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    The only reason a video file looks crappy is because the source file [bold]is[/bold] crap.It's not because it was transfered over the internet.

    If you transfer the iso successfully and it plays from your xbox harddrive or a burned dvd, you won't be able to notice the difference from a factory pressed retail game.

    From your comments, I'm thinking that modifying an xbox is a little over your head.That must be done before you can play backed up games.
     
  3. kew85204

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    ohh ok thanks and i allready have moded my xbox with an xenium ice solderless and i already copied 2 games with record now max ya ps. i read over my poast and it looked realy dumn lol i just didnt want to get in trouble for mentioning about piracy lol so thankyou i will now have confidence to download a game. (ya you heard me i said i was goin to download a game) LOL JK
    one more thing im only 13 yrs old and know how to mod an xbox thats so sweet i wonder who was the youngest to mod an xbox by themselve like me (sory im tryin to not look like im bragin or anything)
     
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    Bohefus Regular member

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    I'm not going to stand here like some hypocrites and actually try to convince others that I have an original game for every backup I own.

    It's not easy and I don't think I would have been able to do it at 13.I've heard of other 13 year olds modding xbox's but you've definately earned the right to brag.

     
  5. kew85204

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    lol thanks ya i never got a bad post by moderators yet so i say screw it say waht ever i want. and by the way do you know were a good place to download games is. And just one more time thankyou and especialy for responding so quickly.

    sincerly kew85204
     
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    modding a xbox is childs play compared to modding a ps2...
     
  7. Achilles3

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    That's because PS2 is an overhyped P.O.S. that loyal people stick with not knowing any better. You know why it's so hard to mod a PS2 nowadays? Because Sony uses cheap parts (broken laser happens most) in their latest models. I have heard of people with laser failure with their brand new factory PS2.
     
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    Small ass points are the worst thing about modding a ps2.....among all the damn wires.
     
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    I agree with punqewe with the wires and solder points on the PS2. I screwed mine up LOL. Oh well.
     

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