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Old May 12, 2002, 11:19 AM
backup2k1 backup2k1 is offline
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Default xbox modchip soon to stop working

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hi if there is any members here thinking of getting there nice xbox
chipped up
the answer is DONT
the hack will be simply shut down by microsoft with a update of one
of the demos or games disk
to close this modchip

and no one will know where it is as the program would be inside
the games program

so dont get egg on your face just yet
wait and see what happens then u can decided then and there
dont waste your hard earn cash of 160 for chipping your machine up
total crazy and total ripp off

backup2k1(the name u can trust)
Old May 12, 2002, 11:22 AM
gusmanchu gusmanchu is offline
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Well, that is a possibility but that is why the chip is being made so it is upgradeable like some of the Neo chips for PS2 were. So maybe you should get it and maybe you shouldn't depending on how much you care about maybe having to open your Xbox again.

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