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Take a look a YouTube video from XFiX on how to create the XBOX ONE HDD (SSD).
 
There are two methods for Linux USB and for Windows.
 
Xbox One S and Xbox One X HDDs have the same structure.
 
I used this method for 2TB Samsung EVO SSD (MZ-75E2T0BW).
 
I created the Xbox One SSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (System Support, System Update, Temp Content and User Content), replaced the drive in my Xbox One X (not Project Scorpio) and it is working just GREAT!
I created the Xbox One SSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (System Support, System Update, Temp Content and User Content), replaced the drive in my Xbox One X (not Project Scorpio) and it is working just GREAT!
 
For HDD replacement just follow the Xbox One X teardown video here on ifixit.
 
14 screws T10 and 2 screws T9 (USB connector). No other tools are required.

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Editado por: Sergey ,

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Take a look a YouTube video from XFiX on how to create the XBOX ONE HDD (SSD).
 
There are two methods for Linux USB and for Windows.
 
Xbox One S and Xbox One X HDDs have the same structure.
 
I used this method for 2TB Samsung EVO SSD (MZ-75E2T0BW).
 
I created the Xbox One SSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (partition to partitionSystem Support, System Update, Temp Content and User Content), replaced itthe drive and it is working just GREAT!
I created the Xbox One SSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (partition to partitionSystem Support, System Update, Temp Content and User Content), replaced itthe drive and it is working just GREAT!
 
For HDD replacement just follow the Xbox One X teardown video here on ifixit.
 
14 screws T10 and 2 screws T9 (USB connector). No other tools are required.

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Editado por: Sergey ,

Texto:

Take a look a YouTube video from XFiX on how to create the XBOX ONE HDD (SSD).
 
There are two methods for Linux USB and for Windows.
 
Xbox One S and Xbox One X HDDs have the same structure.
 
I used this method for 2TB Samsung EVO SSD (MZ-75E2T0BW).
 
I created the Xbox One diskSSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (partition to partition), replaced it and it is working just GREAT!
I created the Xbox One diskSSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (partition to partition), replaced it and it is working just GREAT!
 
For HDD replacement just follow the Xbox One X teardown video here on ifixit.
 
14 screws T10 and 2 screws T9 (USB connector). No other tools are required.

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Aporte original por: Sergey ,

Texto:

Take a look a YouTube video from XFiX on how to create the XBOX ONE HDD (SSD).

There are two methods for Linux USB and for Windows.

Xbox One S and Xbox One X HDDs have the same structure.

I used this method for 2TB Samsung EVO SSD (MZ-75E2T0BW).

I created the Xbox One disk (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (partition to partition), replaced it and it is working just GREAT!

For HDD replacement just follow the Xbox One X teardown video here on ifixit.

14 screws T10 and 2 screws T9 (USB connector). No other tools are required.

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