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Burn PS3 Games

If you are a lucky owner of a Ps3 like me, you have probably frequently wondered how you can burn ps3 games so that you can safely tuck away your original copies so they don't become damaged. You see as fantastic as the ps3 console is it seems that the way they present the games to console owners hasn't kept up with applied science. Reliable the amount of information that these disks could take has increased 10 fold but one thing that has remained straight over the last few years is the DVD, CD or Blu Ray format. They are all disk based formats and they are prone to easily scratching which means that when you purchase a game in excess of $100 that it only takes a single scratch to render that game useless. A sobering thought indeed.

This is why people searched for ways that they could safely burn ps3 games just in event that very scenario of scratching a disk takes place. Nowadays thanks to the advent of technology you can easily burn ps3 games which mean you can keep your original games in a good secure place out of harm's way.

Nowadays companions the likes of Sony have set up trade protection in place so that their games cannot be copied but there is software ready which will discount these protected sectors of the disk and thus enable you to make a backup copy of the game you own.

Essentially to burn a Ps3 game you only need a pair of things, a PC (obviously), a DVD burner, a backup disk, the original game and our special software program to enable burning. Once you have all these details it's as easy as placing your original game into your PC to get a backup icon, this could need anyplace from 30 mins to 1 hour depending on your processor. Once this task has been completed, get your backup disk and order it in your burner, load the special burner software program and then click go. It's as easy with that.

So essentially that's how easy it is to burn Ps3 games and how you can keep safe your original Ps3 games.


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