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Old Feb 15, 2003, 07:13 PM
joshuaadams2001 joshuaadams2001 is offline
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Default i need some help with my xbox hd

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okay i have an 80 gb in my xbox at the moment. I am going to get a 100 gig to put in it but i have all the programs and everything set up on the 80

can i put them in my pc and clone the 80 to the 100? or maybe i can connect the xbox to the pc somehow and clone it without having to put the 80 in my pc someone please help. i have norton ghost 2003

-Josh
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Old Feb 16, 2003, 06:58 AM
mozzie mozzie is offline
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try slayers Evox auto installer 2.0
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as for cloning, i am not sure, your 80gig would be a partition of i guess 80 gig, so if u clone it to the 100 gig you will still only have an 80 gig partition, i think your best bet would be to partition and 'xbox' prepare your new 100 gig and copy all from the 80 gig across a 100mbit NIC
 

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