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Old Nov 27, 2002, 09:17 AM
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Default Installing a Matrix chip with Enigmah Beta

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I have an enigmah beta chip at the moment but am looking at upgrading to a matrix chip. I have a few questions that maybe the experts can help me with.

1 - Where in the Uk can I buy a matrix chip and what is the price ?

2 - Do I need to take out the Enigmah beta chip when I install the Matrix or can they exist together ?

3 - Is there a switch to turn the matrix off as i've heard that if you have a mod running you get banned from using xbox live ?

The reason i'm looking at the matrix chip is that i'm fed up with having to patch games to work with the enigmah. Will all backups and imports work without patches with the matrix ?

Thanks in advance for any help
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