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360 x box no profile from hdd tried recover gametag no memory unit found

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Unplug the xbox 360 and then unplug the hard drive, if you have a connectivity kit connecdt the hard drive to your pc and see if it detects the hard drive, if it doesnt then your hard drive is most likely faulty , if it does detect it tell it to fix it, this is the only way you will be able to check it as your console is obviously not seeing it.

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