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    Default external hard drive questions for 360 slim

    Any info about non microsoft ehdd, brand sizes above 320 g. Are you able to use the whole drive and do you format the drive on the 360 itself.

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    Any non microsoft HDD has to be "hacked" or formatted to NTFS on your computer.
    Microsoft makes HDD's up to 120gb if I am correct.

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    The microsoft store I think has 320 G for $130.00. I could format a non brand ehdd. Anyone using 300-500 G drives non-microsoft?

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    320gb is the max that the Xbox 360 can store without doing any sort of modifications. If you're on a slim console, you can rip apart a retail HDD for the console and stick the hard drive in the expansion bay on the side of the console.



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    I.have done what that video has said and done works great kid you should try it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by xAnthonyx29 View Post
    I.have done what that video has said and done works great kid you should try it out
    Sorry, couldn't read that with sunglasses on.

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    It's not external if it's going inside the Xbox.

    You can stick any old laptop hard drive in a PS3 or Xbox and be fine. You'll just need to format them correctly. Over 320GB won't be recognized though.

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