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Cambios a Xbox 360 HDD Replacement Introducción

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'' It should be noted that while this modification will add additional memory to your console, it violates the Xbox Live terms of service, and could potentially lead to your banishment from Xbox Live. '' [ … ] Here I show you the rather simple replacement of the actual hard drive in the 360's HDD enclosure. Microsoft makes it expensive or difficult to upgrade your hard drive by limiting your options with said upgrade. I found a handy guide on GamerWok.com that gives you the software tools and know-how to make a bigger drive work in your 360, up to 250GB. This guide deals with how to physically take the drive apart and replace it with your shiny, new WD HDD. Yes, for some reason it has to be a Western Digital drive. One from either of the following drive series: [ … ] -WD Scorpio Series BEVS/BEAS [ … ] -WD Scorpio Blue Series BEVS/BEVT [ … ] -WD Scorpio Black Series BEKT/BJKT [ … ] -WD VelociRaptor Series [ … ] I looked on Newegg.com and found a Scorpio Black 250GB drive spinning at 7200RPM with 16MB cache and 3.0Gb/s. for about $65. That is what I would probably recommend, being that it gives you the most bang for your buck, and is about half what MS will charge you for the 250GB drive. [ … ] Here is the URL for the guide on GamerWok: [ … ] http://www.gamerwok.com/main/2010/7/15/how-to-make-your-own-xbox360-hard-drive-2010-edition-diy.html?SSScrollPosition=160 [ … ] I have not yet tried the guide, but it seems to require quite a bit of expertise, so proceed with caution.
'' It should be noted that while this modification will add additional memory to your console, it violates the Xbox Live terms of service, and could potentially lead to your banishment from Xbox Live. '' [ … ] Here I show you the rather simple replacement of the actual hard drive in the 360's HDD enclosure. Microsoft makes it expensive or difficult to upgrade your hard drive by limiting your options with said upgrade. I found a handy guide on GamerWok.com that gives you the software tools and know-how to make a bigger drive work in your 360, up to 250GB. This guide deals with how to physically take the drive apart and replace it with your shiny, new WD HDD. Yes, for some reason it has to be a Western Digital drive. One from either of the following drive series: [ … ] -WD Scorpio Series BEVS/BEAS [ … ] -WD Scorpio Blue Series BEVS/BEVT [ … ] -WD Scorpio Black Series BEKT/BJKT [ … ] -WD VelociRaptor Series [ … ] I looked on Newegg.com and found a Scorpio Black 250GB drive spinning at 7200RPM with 16MB cache and 3.0Gb/s. for about $65. That is what I would probably recommend, being that it gives you the most bang for your buck, and is about half what MS will charge you for the 250GB drive. [ … ] Here is the URL for the guide on GamerWok: [ … ] http://www.gamerwok.com/main/2010/7/15/how-to-make-your-own-xbox360-hard-drive-2010-edition-diy.html?SSScrollPosition=160 [ … ] I have not yet tried the guide, but it seems to require quite a bit of expertise, so proceed with caution.