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Master Geek
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Topic # 70237 20-Oct-2010 13:26 Send private message

Does anyone have any tips on formating a flash drive/hard drive so that it can be used to tranfer games/profiles from and old xbox 360 to the newly released ones?

I've tried with my flash drives and it doesn't work. And have been unable to find any of the offical ones.

Kinda annoying really... Can't tranfer some certain selet data from my older 360 to my new one.

And I can't use the data tranfer cable as that takes everything and then reformats the older hard drive - which i don't want to, some stuff needs to stay some stuff needs to go.

But if I had a working usb memory device, wouldn't that enable me to tranfer anything i want??

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Master Geek

  Reply # 394303 21-Oct-2010 11:01 Send private message

There is a link off this site on the step by step instruction. I have used a couple of different flash drives and they worked fine

sorry, can't actually get the link as work blocks it so a link to a link it is

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 394336 21-Oct-2010 12:24 Send private message

It can't find the link, page is missing (link to the link). But I have read the instructions on XBL on how to do it when it came out. I may try again tonight..

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  Reply # 394344 21-Oct-2010 12:54 Send private message

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