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USB Memory Stick As Memory Unit

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by McPot, Jan 28, 2007.

  1. McPot

    McPot Member

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    Is it possible to use a USB memory stick to save games onto?

    I plugged one into my unit and it wouldn't allow me, but I am assuming I just don't have it formatted correctly.

    Does anyone know if its possible?


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  2. Smurff

    Smurff Regular member

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    I'd have to say, nope.
     
  3. McPot

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    By save games I mean when I play the game and save my information.

    I re read my post and it sounded as if I meant save the full game to the drive.

    Is there any kind of trick to be able to save your game state onto the usb drive rather than the memory card or hard drive?


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  4. K4kashi

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    It's not possible at the moment.
     
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    not possible because they want use to buy those crapy $40 64MB memory units.
     
  6. McPot

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    I had an idea, but I am not sure if it would work.

    What if one were to purchase a memory unit and the transfer kit so that way you could hook it to your pc via usb. Then you take a program such as Acronis TrueImage and make an exact copy of the memory unit drive (file system and all). Now what if you flashed that image onto a blank flash drive thus changing the thumb drives file system and contents into the duplicate of the memory unit.

    Would the XBox 360 recognize the usb flash drive as being a memory unit after that? I mean in theory after flashing the image onto the drive it will be identical to the memory unit with the exception of its capacity.

    Let me know if this has been tried or if it sounds logical.

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    I wonder about that myself they've just released 3 types of flash drives for the 360 but i cant get the one I have to work

    they have 512mb - 4gb versions seenem today
     
  8. gamer0313

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    where did you see these flash drives?
     

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