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Xbox 360 do i need a hard drive or amemory card to use xbox live?

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I recommend one so you can save your progress on the game you play.

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My xbox 360 wont play a xbox game even though it is on a compatible list. It is saying that the hard drive may be disconnected. It is playing 360 games fine. Any advise would be great


Have you got your 360 on live? The reason i ask is because if not it may be the case that you need to get an update from xbox live before you can play the game even though its on the compatible list. Also it might be that you need an xbox memory card (Not a 360 one though)
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It wont read on my xbox 360


If you already have the Spring 2010 Dash Update for the Xbox 360 console this can be configured( go to Setting up your Xbox 360 with your USB Flash Drive).
The update allows you to configure a flash drive to hold up to 16GB of Xbox 360 games, gamertags, videos, and other information. You can connect two USB storage devices to your console at once.
  • If you don't have it yet, you need to download the update:
To install the update through Xbox LIVE
1. On your Xbox 360 console, sign in to Xbox LIVE.
2. Select Yes, updated now when prompted.
3. When you see the new Dashboard, you're done.


Setting up your Xbox 360 with your USB Flash Drive: 1. Plug the USB flash drive to the Xbox 360 console.
2. On your console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings.
3. Select Memory.
4. On the Storage Devices screen, select USB Storage Device.

For detailed instructions you can visit: http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2777

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The easiest option to update the Xbox 360 hard drive is to connect to Xbox Live. The console will automatically prompt the user to install any available updates. Alternatively, users can download the update files to a USB flash drive to transfer to the Xbox 360 hard drive.

Update via Xbox Live

Open the Xbox 360 dashboard menu. This menu automatically appears when the console is turned on. Press the "Xbox" button, followed by the "Y" button to return to the dashboard menu from a game.

Scroll up to the "My Xbox" tab of the dashboard menu.

Select "System Settings" from the "My Xbox" section of the dashboard. Scroll to the right while the "My Xbox" tab is selected to reach the "System Settings" icon.

Select "Network Settings" from the "System Settings" menu.

Select "Test Xbox Live Connection" from the network settings. A prompt will appear to update the Xbox 360 hard drive if your system is not already updated to the latest version.

Select "Yes, update now" to install the latest updates to your Xbox 360 hard drive.


Updating via USB Flash Drive

Copy the update files onto the root directory of your USB flash drive. You can download the Xbox 360 update files by going to download.microsoft.com/download/1/d/8/1d8c09be-278e-41cd-98be-eb9188128227/$systemupdate9199.zip. You must extract the files from the .zip file before placing them on the USB drive. The update files cannot be placed into a folder or the Xbox 360 system will not recognize them.

Remove the flash drive from your computer.

Insert the flash drive into the USB port on the Xbox 360 console.


Turn on the Xbox 360. An update prompt will appear when the system powers up.

Select "Yes, update now" to update the Xbox 360 hard drive.

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Can not play disc since i down loaded xbox live?


I don't think that is an xbox live related problem. to check if is an xbox 360 problem or the xbox live, or maybe the hard drive. Remove the hard drive and try to play a game like this. if it doesn't play is the xbox 360 since all the info for xbox live will be in the hard drive.

If you have a newer arcade xbox 360 they come with an internal memory, so the xbox live info could be there. If that's the case delete the gamer tag that has the xbox live capabilities and try it again.

You can always recover a gamer tag from any xbox.

Note: you don't really download anything when you connect to xbox live, it's just like connecting to the internet. All they need is your info to be able to connect.






















































































































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This behavior occurs when an Xbox 360 Hard Drive hardware failure occurs.
1. Turn off the console.2.
Remove the hard drive. For more information about how to attach or remove the Xbox 360 Hard Drive3.
Reattach the hard drive, and then turn on the console.4.
Obtain the latest automatic update for the Xbox 3602.gif. To do this, connect to Xbox Live.5.
If you continue to experience this behavior, contact Xbox Customer Service.

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I want to transfer all my xbox 360 memory (gamertag, xbox live, downloaded content etc.) from my 20GB hard drive to a 60GB hard drive. How do I do this?


When you buy the new hard drive it will most likely come with a transfer cable which will enable you to transfer all of your saved data from one hard drive to another.

if u mean a memory card not hard drive just tell me again i ll sort it out

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Saved games on xbox 360 hard drive


its not the account just the hard drive. make a new xbox live account.

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Saving a game requires you to have a Hard drive or memory card did you purchase the premium edition xbox 360? you can look on the outside of the xbox 360 box it will give the specs and what came with the system. If the hard drive is not on the list then you will need to buy one the xbox doesn't come with any internal memory like the systems in the past have. you will need to purchase a HD or a memory card. If you have the premium edition let me know ill instruct on how to set it up.

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