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When I attach the transfer cable to the 120GB hardrive it only shows it as a usb drive with 16GB of space. I checked the hardrive on my computer and it shows 120GB of space, how do I get it to show as a hardrive on my xbox?

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16 GB is the maximum USB storage the XBox will allow, but you may have up to two devices connected at the same time (which means nothing for your current situation, sorry). This is Microsoft's way of saying you should've opted for the larger internal hard drive.

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