Updating xbox 360 hard drive
If you buy a replacement Xbox 360 system or just buy a bigger hard drive, you'll need to transfer your data from the old hard drive to the new one.
The process is easy, though not necessarily quick, and it transfers all your downloaded games, videos, music, saves, gamertags and achievements to the new hard drive.
To transfer data between your old hard drive and the new hard drive, you need a special transfer cable from Microsoft.
You'll have to buy the transfer cable separately, but they are not expensive.
You could always use a friend's transfer cable if you know someone who has one, but it must be the Microsoft transfer cable.
Important: Only buy official Microsoft hard drives for your Xbox.
Third-party drives may not be properly formatted to allow for backward compatibility.
It must be noted that this is a one-time, one-way process.You can only transfer from a smaller hard drive to a larger hard drive.Note: If you have less than 32 GB of data, you can transfer from one system to another using a USB flash drive.If you transfer the data onto a totally new system—not just new hard drive—you also need to perform a content license transfer so you'll be able to play your downloaded games on the new system.If you only swapped hard drives and not entire systems, you don't need to do this.If you did transfer to a new system, and you do not do this, you will only be able to play your downloaded content while connected to Xbox Live. Using Xbox Live Manually Applying Updates Community Q&A Minecraft is a constantly evolving game, and new updates can add some crazy content, as well as fix serious problems.Updates are usually downloaded automatically when one is available.If your Xbox 360 is not connected to the internet, and you don't have a way to get it online, you can download updates from the various fan communities and apply them manually.wiki How's mission is to help people learn, and we really hope this article helped you.Now you are helping others, just by visiting wiki How.