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How to Burn Xbox 360 Games Onto DVD

Updated on July 13, 2011

If you are an Xbox gamer, most probably you might be wondering how to burn Xbox 360 games onto DVD discs easily and perfectly each time.

Nothing is more frustating than a damaged Xbox game, though it isn't expensive to purchase a new one, knowing how to burn Xbox 360 games onto DVD discs is something every gamer should know.

Burning Xbox games is pretty similar to burning a normal CD or DVD, but the big difference is that you need to use a game duplication software designed just for burning video games. No ordinary CD or DVD burning software can do the job.

This is due to the fact that all Xbox 360 games have special built-in code that make them impossible to burn Xbox games with a normal burning software.

But there is a solution.

A simple solution on how to copy Xbox 360 games.

How to Burn and Copy Xbox 360 Games?

Now with GameCopyWizard™ software you can copy any of your favourite Xbox game in your system easier and faster.

This software is designed to override the copyright protection embedded in the disc. It's so advanced that it gets through the latest so called unbreakable protection with ease and lets you burn these games to any regular blank CD or DVD easily.

The whole process of copying xbox 360 games takes about 2-5 minutes (not including that time it takes to burn the game to a blank disc)

The best bit is that it works for all consoles including PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Gamecube, PSP, Nintendo DS, Playstation, PS One, PS2, Xbox, Dreamcast, and Game Boy/GameBoy Advanced! Even for PC games.

If you want to burn Xbox 360 Games Onto DVD discs, GameCopyWizard™ is, without a shadow of doubt, the easiest way to do it.

I know as I keep the originals in perfect condition and use the backup copies instead.

And it is the same PS2 burning software I use to burn PS2 games.

Xbox 360 Repair Guide

This XBox 360 Repair Guide covers: over heating consoles, 3 red lights, freezing, E74 error, graphic glitches, and 2 red lights. This step by step XBox 360 Repair Guide is easy to understand, and will have your Xbox up and running in under 1 hour.

This step by step guide also comes with videos, so it's virtually idiot proof. Now learning how to fix a freezing Xbox 360 is as simple as pie.

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