Updating xbox hard drive
The Xbox 360 received a system update today implementing a number of features showcased to Xbox 360 Preview program members earlier this month including one of the most requested features voted on at the Xbox Feedback website for larger external storage for the Xbox 360. Select your network, and then choose Network Statistics.
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This is necessary as the DVD drive must hooked up in order for the system to boot.
Remove the molex power cable from the Xbox hard drive and attach the Y-splitter.
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While users do not have the ability to upgrade the internal storage of their XB1 consoles, the device is compatible with a myriad of external hard drives.
Power on the Xbox One and plug the external storage device into one of the three USB 3.0 ports located on the console.
The new hard drive will be cloned by 'hot-swapping' it with the DVD drive while the XBox is running.The OS also makes it possible to filter out content stored on both internal and external storage devices or simply group them all together seamlessly.The idea here is that games and apps can be played back from internal and external drives without impacting on the core Xbox One experience, and after many hours of testing we encountered no obvious issues, such as system crashes or game-related errors.For this instructable the following parts and tools are required: - A Torx screwdriver - A Molex hard drive power cable "Y" splitter - A new hard drive for installation - A modded XBox - Chimp XBox Hard Drive cloning software (available at "usual places") A list of compatible hard drives can be found at the Xbox Hard Drive Compatibility Chart.Details on soft-modding the Xbox can be found in my previous instructable, Original XBOX Softmodding. Gently remove the top section of the Xbox case from the bottom.