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Discussion in 'Xbox - Backup discussion' started by wicket30, Oct 15, 2004.

  1. wicket30

    wicket30 Member

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    Is there a limit on HD size? I know the chips will be ok if you have different folders, but is 720 too big? Don't worry, I think i can get a 720 GB for a sick price.
     
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    Ok Ewok, just say you get your 720G drive working and full of games. How are you going to feel when someday the drive goes bad for some strange reason? I've had 120G drive stop for me and so now I use 60G drives and make sure I have backup files of everything I have on thoes drives.
     
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    I'll be peeved and go on with life. Im only getting the 720 if i can get it at the price mentioned to me. I kno what ur saying, but you didnt help any either.
     
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    After the initial excitement over a 720, Ive come to my sense and realized that it prolly isnt 720GB, but I will have to question my source and see what the deal is, but in general, whats the max size?
     

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