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Old 09-16-2013, 11:19 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Xbox hard drive to laptop.

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I'm not familiar with Xbox 360 models released after the original white model (Which I've had six of... and my most current got the red ring of death a few days ago) although I'm sure I'll buy one eventually. I'm not sure how their hard drives work. Are they removable?

I know, I'm not helping much with this post. I will say, however, that GameStop offers an Xbox 360 hard drive transfer cable for $20 that can be used to backup your game data to an old Xbox 360 hard drive if you wanted to hang onto it.
If your going to get a new Xbox, don't get the white models anymore. Either get an elite or (even better) a slim model.
The hard drives on the white and elite model are removable and are on the top portion. Simply hitting a button and some outward force will pop the hard drive out.

The Slim models, I am not too sure of. Not sure how to remove but I am sure you can since they sell slim hard drive upgrades.
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