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Sorry never saw that message, must have already been replying...No you can't do it with External USB HDD's
No but what I'm saying is, the Xbox has a USB port. If I use an external USB HDD, will it work without having to hack it? In other words, will the Xbox be able to use that external HDD just like the internal Microsoft original?
Posted 24 September 2012 - 21:16
I also wouldn't recommend doing the modded hard drive route.
Just a fair warning from someone who helped shape some of the policy documentation for this scenario...
Posted 24 September 2012 - 21:20
Personally I would hack a western digital hard drive to use in your Xbox 360. I did it three years ago with a 250gb SATA hard drive and its been a great upgrade from my 20gb drive. At the time it was £90 for a 120gb drive from Microsoft, i hacked a 250gb one for £30... go do the maths!
See: How to hack a 250gb or 320gb sata drive to work in the Xbox 360 and Xbox 360 Slim
Considering Microsoft ask you to remove the hard drive and memory units before sending the console back i fail to see how that will be an issue?