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Mid 2013 revision to the Xbox 360 line of game consoles, featuring 4 USB ports and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity.

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Transfer data from dead xbox to my new one

Is it possible to get my progress saved into my dead xbox and put it into my new xbox?

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Guys! I dont have a hard drive at all.... it is empty! we did not purchase a hard drive... we only bought a basic console E. but somehow there is a memory chip inside... where and is it possible to get it out somehow and transfer the data to my new xbox?

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I am not sure you understand... i don't have a hard drive... iam talking about the memory chip inside the xbox...

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Sophie Higbie, all your game information etc. is stored on a hard drive on the inside of your Xbox. Check this guide Xbox 360 E Hard Drive Replacement Your Memory IC's store other information and information that may be used during a game etc. but are not used for storage

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I don't have a hard drive in my old xbox!!

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It is not possible to swap the internal memory

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The newer xbox 360 don't have the removable 4gb internal chip. Like the early xbox 360 slim (s) did. What's wrong with the console you got the red dot or what's the issue.

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Grab a Phillips head screwdriver and remove the hard drive bay cover on the right side. Ground yourself on a large metal object, like a refrigerator or computer that's plugged into the wall. Pull out the black tab and gently pull the hard drive out. Swap out the two hard drives.

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Yes, your old xbox does have a hard-drive. Most xbox's have 4 gb of internal flash memory, however as far as I know, it is not removable. If the xbox is dead now and you didn't have the stuff saved to a removable hard-drive, then there isn't really anything you can do to recover the old information stored inside the xbox.

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