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first the xbox 360 pro only has twenty or sixty gigs. second you probably downloaded a bunch of junk that took up way to much space. also you'd be surprised how far nine gigs will get you as long as you dont download demos movies and music. if you downloaded pro evolution soccer direct to your hard drive that is probably gonna be taking alot of your space so sticck it on a flash drive just be careful or youll have to repurchase it.
Ok, this will be a very long and tedious process... but here we go! First make sure your PS2 is modded with something like Free MC Boot (FMCB), The Independence Exploit, or a modchip. If you are able to play backups of games or homebrew, you are half-way there! If not, google around on how to do it. Then, get a copy of HDLoader from SKS-apps.com, it is available in the PS2 section. Add it to a USB drive. Boot up ULaunchELF, and select mass0: in the menu. Find HDLoader and press O (Circle). This will boot HDLoader. You will most likely have to format the drive. Select Yes to it. Now, insert your original game (it is harder with backups) and select install. Wait for it to finish. Remove the game. Press X on the game you want... and it works! Hope I helped you!
A "bricked" machine generally means that the software required to boot the device is rendered unable to function. 99% of the time, the device is now a "brick". The best thing to do here is to send it to Sony, and have them fix it.
if you get a disc read error, or it wont play games at all this means that your DVD rom is bad. there is a few solutions to this. You can either
A. Send it back to microsoft and they will fix it for free if you still have your warranty a.1 If your sticker underneath the face plate is still there, then your good to go. Send it to MS and have em' fix it. a.2 If your sticker isnt there, then you can buy replacement lenses off of ebay and change it yourself. a.3 You could just buy a new DVD rom, but theres a lot involved including taking the xbox apart and connecting the SATA cable to your computer VIA 18-25" SATA cable / SATA card. You will also need to download key extracting software to extract the key. You will also need a USB flash drive and make a boot sequence for your xbox. After you do all of this, then you extract the key, copy the boot, flash the drive and reboot your xbox. if all works, then your new dvd drive will be mated with your motherboard. If it doesnt work, then your going to have to try to flash the motherboard again.
Hope this helps. A.3 is a lot of work, so I would recommend to just buy a new dvd lense for it and replace it. there are a lot of tutorials that show you how to replace the lenses as well.
Is the Game (LOST PLANET) as far as I can tell you. I have the same problem with it and unfortunatedlly it has something to do, not with the console, but with a patch from Microsoft. We should wait until a new realeased patch from Microsoft is posted on their site.
For now the only hard way to finish LOST PLANET is that at every concluded mission to quit the session and wait until it AUTO-SAVE itself to XBOX 360's Hard Drive.