New 360 Hard Drive question.

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Games & Content' started by Ivoire, Apr 16, 2010.

  1. Ivoire
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    Ivoire GBAtemp Regular

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    So, I got my 2 RRoD fixed, only to turn my 360 on and bit hit with an E68 screen. Just to avoid troubleshooting, because everyone here is extremely helpful with it ( being 100% sincere ) The hard drive turns up the same E68 screen on another 360. Also, the hard drive makes a weird clicking sound. If someone knows how to fix that, that'd be bloody wicked, because I never got a chance to backup anything on it.

    Now, onto my question:

    I've ordered a 60gb starter pack thing for the 360. Will recovering my gamertag be all I need to do in order to redownload all my DLC? Because, it'll still be the same 360 system.
     
  2. Armadillo

    Armadillo GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Yes, just recover the tag and redownload [​IMG].
     
  3. Ivoire
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    Ivoire GBAtemp Regular

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    Sweet, thanks Armadillo.

    One more thing, if I may, would you happen to know how long that would take? Recovering the gamertag I mean. If it matters, last time I recall it took up a space of roughly 15-18 MBs on the dead drive. I'd just hate to be banned while it's recovering. -Slightly paranoid.- Haha.
     
  4. Maz7006

    Maz7006 iSEXu

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    Banned ? ... please explain? your running a flashed drive ? hacked some achievements ? etc etc ?
     
  5. Ivoire
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    Flashed Drive! Achievements aren't in my interest zone, I just like my original gamertag.

    Edit: This might be a shot in the dark, but would anyone happen to know how to fix that clicking noise? I opened up the drive and found that the arm keeps moving on and off the plate (spinning disc) within the hard drive. That's the clicking noise.