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I have an xbox (not 360) I got a new one. how can I move the save files from the old one to the new one. I have a memory card but it only has 500 blocks or so, some of files are more than that alot more. are there bigger memory cards or is there another way.one file is like 6000 blocks alone.

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You have to get a hard drive. you can find them at any game store for around 60 bucks

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