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Star Wars Kinect slim pack, now what?

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#1
Hi! Just joined.. and have read lots of don't do this n that posts so hope this is ok to ask lol! (I notice backups for 360 was closed).

Just last wknd picked up the star wars bundle. Bought a bunch of games for kinect etc.

Where do you start on backing up? I simply want an up to date noob pointer for the latest model/firmware on rip/backup use and if it needs chippin' hackin' soft moddin' etc??

I have a 4tb NAS in the house and two 500gb usb 2's, one of which houses over 60 wii games to a softmodded wii...the other blank and formattable. The reason I'm tellin' you all this is if hard drive storage is poss at all, where would you store em?

I'm really not up for burning discs and making posh shiny coasters by the ton.

So yes please! some basic advice on chip/usb/mod/flash which is latest and best way to go.

Many thanks in advance.
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#2
Originally posted by The1andonlyGadge:
Hi! Just joined.. and have read lots of don't do this n that posts so hope this is ok to ask lol! (I notice backups for 360 was closed).

Just last wknd picked up the star wars bundle. Bought a bunch of games for kinect etc.

Where do you start on backing up? I simply want an up to date noob pointer for the latest model/firmware on rip/backup use and if it needs chippin' hackin' soft moddin' etc??

I have a 4tb NAS in the house and two 500gb usb 2's, one of which houses over 60 wii games to a softmodded wii...the other blank and formattable. The reason I'm tellin' you all this is if hard drive storage is poss at all, where would you store em?

I'm really not up for burning discs and making posh shiny coasters by the ton.

So yes please! some basic advice on chip/usb/mod/flash which is latest and best way to go.

Many thanks in advance.
You can start here, Tutorial & FAQ links
#3
Many thanks, but even the first line of tutorial has me stumped. How can I find what drive I have and where do I get cfw?
#4
those machines are reported to have 1175 drives in them, at the moment there is nothing you can do!
#5
Originally posted by peluynati:
those machines are reported to have 1175 drives in them, at the moment there is nothing you can do!
Ok thanks! Where could I keep my eye out for when they may?
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