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Topic # 107772 19-Aug-2012 21:49
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Ive got a 4gb Xbox 360 slim and want more storage for a few XBLA games and also maybe backup a full game to stop disc spinning and making noise.

Dont want to spend heaps on a propper 250gb drive.

I believe you can use USB pen drives upto 16gb in Xbox and was wondering what is the best brand for speed and reliability.

Any recommendations would be great thanks.

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  Reply # 674399 19-Aug-2012 22:05
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Sandisk sells the official 16GB flash drives for Xbox 360 pre-configured. Frankly any 16GB flash drive works.




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