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I keep trying to play my new NHL 14 game on my xbox 360. I have a gold membership and everything but every time I try to play it says that my gamer profile doesn't have the right permissions! I did everything in Family settings, privacy, account, and profile, but nothing worked! Please help!

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Guys - here's the deal. doesn't matter what your parental settings are. If you used your birthday day when creating your xbox live gamer profile, which can't be changed even by microsoft xbox live support, and your under 18, then your out of luck. Call xbox live supports 800 number and explain the problem. you will eventually talk to a supervisor and they will offer a 6 month free subscription to xbox live which you use to create a new profile (with an adults date of birth). You can use your old profile for other game until it runs out, then let it expire.

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