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    Hello, I saw online a while ago that there was a way to multi-partition an external HDD to use as storage on the Xbox 360, like using multiple USB Flash Drives; is it possible? If not is there a way that I could use my external with HDD Hacker and set it up like an Xbox 360 Hard Drive. Any help is appreciated, thanks.

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    Default Re: Multi-Partition External HDD for Xbox 360 Use?

    I Have a 20GB xbox 360 HDD and it Fucked up a while ago and i connected it to HDD Hacker and i Pressed a bunch of Random Shit, (i think i added Partitions and Formatted All Partitions)

    And Now it Appears as a 20GB Flash Drive (think xbox reconises it as 16GB) and a 20GB HDD.

    So im gonna go ahead and say yes but i have no idea how i did it, my HDD was messed up to begin with :s








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    For the life of me I'm not able to get HDDHacker to do anything I want. =/ I have a similar problem though and would also love to be able to format a messed up 120gb of mine to be used with the 360. Or at least a 16gb through usb. So if anyone has had success with this in the past or thinks they have it figured out, a tutorial would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanzano View Post
    For the life of me I'm not able to get HDDHacker to do anything I want. =/ I have a similar problem though and would also love to be able to format a messed up 120gb of mine to be used with the 360. Or at least a 16gb through usb. So if anyone has had success with this in the past or thinks they have it figured out, a tutorial would be greatly appreciated.
    Simple; Connect the "Messed up" 120GB to your console Via a Transfer Cable/Migration Cable and it'll appear as Device, Hit Y and Click to Format for Xbox 360 Storage, it'll Reconise it as a 16GB USB (atleast mine does anyway)








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    Alright, new question. How do I get the newest HDD Hacker to work? (The one with the USB thing). I can't get it to work for the life of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCxDemi923 View Post
    Alright, new question. How do I get the newest HDD Hacker to work? (The one with the USB thing). I can't get it to work for the life of me.
    Try a different computer. I tried it on mine for 4 hours and it didn't work. Tried it on my dad's computer and worked the first time. Don't know which tut you're going by, but look at this one and read the ENTIRE tut before you do anything. [Xbox 360] How to hack a 250gb sata drive to work in the Xbox 360 and Xbox 360 Slim
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kezonz View Post
    Simple; Connect the "Messed up" 120GB to your console Via a Transfer Cable/Migration Cable and it'll appear as Device, Hit Y and Click to Format for Xbox 360 Storage, it'll Reconise it as a 16GB USB (atleast mine does anyway)
    Sadly my hard drive is so messed up it doesn't even appear as a device through USB. :P I've entirely re-formatted it to a FAT32 at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanzano View Post
    Sadly my hard drive is so messed up it doesn't even appear as a device through USB. :P I've entirely re-formatted it to a FAT32 at this point.
    Not sure then, i was going to format mine to FAT32 But then i Realised it'd fuck up even more.

    Maybe if you use HDD Hacker and Get a HDDSS for 120GB then flash it to the HDD it may work :s
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