JTAG save the profile to external hdd?

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Feb 24, 2010
  1. Evilengine
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    Hey, I let my xbox modify with a firmware flash and a JTAG mod. I dont have a memory unit or a xbox hdd, just an external hdd. the first partition on it is in WBFS format for wii, the second one is in FAT 32 format. I know, that it is not good to create a profile on the internal 256/512mb space from my xbox because of XBR files or so. Is there a way to use my FAT 32 partition for the profile/savegames etc.? I dont want to buy one of those expensice memory units and I dont need a xbox hdd so much... please help [​IMG]
     
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    A JTAG hacked 360 will support any SATA drive if you shove it in the required socket (you can go manual if you want: http://www.engadget.com/2007/04/18/how-to-...-laptop-part-1/ or you can use something like http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.30826 ). A quick scan of Amazon Germany says drives bigger than anything the 360 normally sees go cheap and I am sure you can pick up an small sata drive for next to nothing.

    As for what you want to do it would not work and even then I would strongly advise against it.
     
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    hm ok thank you, i know the one from dealextreme, but i want to use my xbox as fast as possible and dealextreme shipping takes sometimes 6 weeks or so for me... ^^
    well, i will get a cheap used original 360 hdd, i will use this first and then i will put a 500gb or 1tb hdd in it...
     
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    That would be my third choice but even official 20 gig drives go for silly money, they are just as good for ripping apart though.
     

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