A friend of mine, Mikey (he's a total gamer freak) asked me earlier this morning that he has a disc error problem so I decided to write an article about it.
By now it should come to our senses that it is essential to backup video game discs in order to avoid disc scratches or errors. But the question remains... How Do You Copy Video Games?
Mikey has a Windows Vista computer with a DVD burner, he tried to copy Xbox 360 games several times but it never worked. Sorry to disappoint you but making a copy of Xbox 360 game is not as easy as making a copy of a random DVD movie. There are deep settings (complicated settings) you need to configure, and you'll need to burn the disc at proper speed otherwise it won't work.
However, thanks to software developers now you can easily make copies of your Xbox 360 games with a burning software. There are some software that provide the functionality to copy games (these are called preset). The settings are stored in the software, so you don't have to worry about configuring those complicated settings anymore. You can purchase these software online, it does not come for free I'm afraid good stuff are always paid stuff.
One of the best Xbox 360 Game Backup software would be Game Copy Wizard. It's only about 2 MB in size, you can instantly download and start using it. It is a convenient piece of software, the user interface is clean. I've been using it for a while and I have to say its really worth it.