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I recently had problems with my xbox in that the pins in the HDMI slot had been broken. Instead of going through the hassle off sending it off to microsoft to be repaired im going to sell it half price to my dad and buy a new one.
Heres the question:
Before it broke I had put a 12 month subscription to xbox live onto it. Now is this payment stored on my machine/memory card/ live account? See I dont want to sell it to my dad and then have to buy another 12 months for my new console. Common sense is telling me that it will be charged to the actual account and will be transferred to my new machine but I just wanted to put my mind at rest first.
Thanks for any input.
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I'm gonna say that its just your account. I mean you have to log into it, its saved on your machine but you should be able to just log in to another machine. Best thing to do is go to another place with an xbox, friend family whatever, and log in to your account there. pretty well positive you're safe though