If you are looking for information on how to copy video games you may have surfed around online and found all the complicated tutorials on forums. If you are like me you find these are very technical and hard to follow. I tried and ended up with a big pile of bad discs. There is a much easier way to copy video games.
First of all you and need a DVD burner. If your computer is fairly new it probably came with a DVD player and burner built-in. Next you'll need software that is made to break the copy guard that is built into video games. Lucky for us a company came out with software that is made for this specific purpose.
After trying several different other software programs for copying video games I purchased game copy Pro. None of the other software programs I downloaded worked, the games would either come a corrupt or would not play. Some got stuck in my a DVD because they could not even read them. I tried to copy a PC game and it got stuck in my CD player. I had to manually disassemble it to get it out.
Perhaps you have been through this. A found game copy Pro well worth the price I paid for it. It is very easy to setup and use. I do recommend you read through the manual that comes with it before attempting to copy any video games, there are certain steps you need to do. This is where most people run into problems with game copy Pro, they're not using it properly. However once it is set up it's basically one click game copy. Insert your original game, hit copy and it will prompt you for a blank disc when ready.
All game copies play just like the original did with no loss whatsoever. No mods chips are needed in your game consoles either. The only time I had a bad disk was when I ejected it before it had finished burning. The software also works for any other game system and DVD movies. While you're not supposed to copy these legally, you can use it for backup purposes.
In fact it is a good idea to copy all of your video games and play the copies. Put the original way in a safe place. This way if you damage a game you can always burn another copy. CDs get scratched easily, and step on one and they're pretty much finished. If it happens to be your original game, this is a costly mistake and completely avoidable by making backup copies.
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