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Using a flash drive to save game data???

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by KooWater, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. KooWater

    KooWater Member

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    Is it possible to use lets say, a 2 GB flash drive to save game data on instead of using the hard drive or the 360's memory card?? i have the core 360 and it didnt come with a hard drive. and i dont feel like paying that much cash of the HDD. (yea i kno, im cheap!)

    Thanks! :)
     
  2. shinnster

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    Not that I know of dude, think you need the hard drive but then I havent really looked into doing it.
     
  3. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    i know you can use it for files and movies that you want to use on your 360, but i do not think there is any way to save to it.
    You might as well just buy a memory card for gamesaves.
     
  4. KooWater

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    O ok, thanks for the help. Yesterday I was going to get the 20 GB for the hell of it until my friend said that they were coming out with a 120 pretty soon. So I guess I'll wait for that one.

    Again, thanks for the replies you guys! :)
     
  5. wabashman

    wabashman Active member

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    the 120 gig drive is going to cost 180 bucks, while the 20 gig is 100, unless they plan on price cutting it since the 120 will be out.
     
  6. Sandwich1

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    You can use your flash drive to save gamesaves (mem. card to PC to Flash Drive), but the 360 won't recodnise them. ;)
     
  7. ha9981

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    hopefully the next update will let us do that.
     

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