Would really like some help with this.

Back when I was 13, my Mom bought me and my Brother a Xbox 360.

We shared an Xbox Live account, and made it a family account.

Here's where my question starts. I played The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion almost non-stop for 4 years,and now I've recently gotten into it again.

One problem, all the DLC I bought with my allowance; I cannot use, for two reasons; one my new gamertag, and two I bought my own Xbox.

I understand the whole Licensing issue, but I'm wondering if there is anyway I'd be able to just get those Licenses off the old xbox, and onto my own; seeing as how it was my money which purchases them, and I'd rather not buy something I already have.

I'm asking if there is anyway which soever I would be able to just get those few licenses, because the DRM transfer, transfers them all; and my brother still uses the old Xbox.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

No. The license transfer will only transfer all of the licenses. There's no way to choose just a few. And if you're using a different gamertag, there's no way to transfer them between accounts.

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If you can borrow, rent or buy a copy of the Game of the Year Edition, you will be able to install Shivering Isle and Knights of the Nine from the second disc and use that.

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