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Topic # 30083 28-Jan-2009 13:49
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OK. so i just got a new buffalo external hard drive 500 gb. and i wanted to use it for movies that i have downloaded and watch them on my 360. i made sure it was compatable and every thing(FAT32) but it does not come up under the portable device place. wtf is wrong???. any help is much appreciated... im pullin my hair out.

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  Reply # 192499 28-Jan-2009 14:44
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are you xbox live connected and do you have the latest nxe update?



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  Reply # 192650 29-Jan-2009 07:14
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gehenna: are you xbox live connected and do you have the latest nxe update?

yes i have live and yes i have the latest update. i put the same movie on a flsh drive and it works fine.

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  Reply # 192661 29-Jan-2009 08:32
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does the buffalo hard drive have a firmware update that can be applied to make it compatible with the 360? 



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  Reply # 192745 29-Jan-2009 16:33
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gehenna: does the buffalo hard drive have a firmware update that can be applied to make it compatible with the 360? 

no i havnt checked or anything. how do i know or update it so it is compatable?

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  Reply # 193013 30-Jan-2009 23:18
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I have to say sorry abt that , Xbox360 can only read Max 120G hard drive  and only 2.5"WD 160G hard drive and the mode number is 1600bevt

   hope this will help  u out. !

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