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Topic # 112011 22-Nov-2012 16:43 Send private message

Does anyone know if an 8GB thumb drive (after formatting) is enough to enable an Xbox 360 Core console  to use Xbox Live?

TIA.

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  Reply # 721445 22-Nov-2012 17:00 Send private message

Yes because some consoles have 4GB HDDs. It'll not hold much content but it'll work




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  Reply # 721465 22-Nov-2012 17:32 Send private message

CruciasNZ: Yes because some consoles have 4GB HDDs. It'll not hold much content but it'll work


Cheers.

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