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can i copy xbox games to my E drive on the xbox

Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by yu-8, Apr 19, 2005.

  1. yu-8

    yu-8 Regular member

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    hey guys, I was wundering if anyone in here knows if i can copy games to my e drive or if i have to put them in the f drive
     
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    you could get away with about a 5gb game then thats it
     
  3. yu-8

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    hey, well im new to this so i was wundering do i have to create a file named games first or what
     
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    there should be a folder called 'games' already on the E drive
     
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    The dashboard should create "E:\apps" and "E:\games".
     
  6. yu-8

    yu-8 Regular member

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    what if it didnt
     
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    Put the games in F...don't waste your time with the E drive. Save that space on E for Game Saves. There is usually around 4-5GB of space and a Tdata folder and UData Folder, Tdata has your controller configurations and UData has all your game saves.....Later
     
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    I totally agree with elusive-Put your games on your F-drive thats where you have the most free space
     
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    "What if it didn't?"

    You can create the "games" and "apps" folders manually using FTP.
     
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    Then do it your way dude.......Later Bud
     
  11. joschez

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    I tried to put the games on the f/ drive, but the xbox will not let me.
     
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    Of a course you can(put it on the E drive). Do you have a stock hdd in your xbox? If so, that's why you can't put it in the F partition.
    It may show up when you ftp into your hdd but there's no space there because you only have a stock hdd. Like someone else said, your going to run out of space quickly because there's not much space available on a stock hdd.
     

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