How to MOD an Xbox without a Chip?

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Modding an Xbox is a way to manipulate the software to run differently than Microsoft programmed the console to run. The most common way of modding an Xbox is done with what is a called a mod chip. In order to mod your Xbox without a chip, you simply open up the back of the console and solder two of the jumper line ups on the circuit board. This is just as effective but much less costly than using a mod chip.
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The way that you mod an Xbox without a chip is by using your computer, a CD burner, Blank CD-R, Program to burn ISOs to CD, WinRAR, two down-loadable programs and a torx 20 screwdriver.
To mod an Xbox without a chip, you will have to change the BIOS of your Xbox. In doing so, your Xbox will no longer read the requirements of the game you are playing.
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