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    How to Save Xbox 360 Games on a USB Flash

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    How to Save Xbox 360 Games on a USB Flash

    Post  Peppies™ on 19th January 2011, 22:11

    The Xbox 360 console is compatible with numerous different storage devices, including Xbox 360 hard drives, memory units and USB flash drives. If you are running out of space on your Xbox 360 hard drive or memory unit, you can use a USB flash drive (between 1 GB and 16 GB and compatible with FAT32 formatting) to save your Xbox 360 games.

    Things You'll Need:

    * USB flash drive between 1 GB and 16 GB, compatible with FAT32 formatting


    Instructions

    1.

    Insert the USB flash drive into a free USB port, and start your Xbox 360 console.
    2.


    Open the "My Xbox" menu, and go to "System Settings."
    3.


    Choose "Memory," and select your USB flash drive.
    4.


    Click "Configure Now," and choose "Yes" to confirm.
    5.


    Save your Xbox 360 games to your USB flash drive by choosing "USB Storage Device" as your "Storage Device" when prompted by the game you're playing.

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