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Can I put a 4TB hard drive in an Xbox One S?

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  1. eebeejay

    eebeejay Regular member

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    I've seen tutorials on replacing One & One S hard drives, but every one of them is 2TB and less. Just want to know if my One S (Blue 500GB) will recognize the 4TB Seagate drive or not.

    Does anyone know if we can go over 2TB?
     
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    eebeejay Regular member

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    Thanks for the info scorpNZ. I haven't been on here in a looooooonnngggg while. Cool to see you're still around.

    Actually what I was referring to was internal hard drives.
    You remove the hard drive from the One.
    Connect the One's drive to your PC.
    Connect the larger drive to your PC.
    Clone the One's drive to the larger hard drive (can't remember the cloning program's name).
    Put the larger drive into the One.
    Now you have more internal storage.

    But I do like the unlimited external storage size, and being able to play games right off of the external hard drive.
     
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