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Moving media to Xbox 360.

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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
Is it possible to move music albums onto the hard drive of my Xbox 360 so I can listen to my own music when playing games?

If so, is simply transfering by USB pen ok?
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8y, 10m agoPosted 8 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Dunno, since when i use a stick, there is no option to copy, move etc, so i'd love to know this too :)
My pc is hardwired to my xbox, but for various reasons, (inc streaming TV) i cannot use WMP 11, only V10 and when i go thru the help files, it says i need WMP11, there was some other software too, i forget the name, but that didn't work either :-(
#2
I find it easyer to stream threw media player and router.! really easy guide on microsoft (and everywere)
#3
guru_the;1701883
I find it easyer to stream threw media player and router.! really easy guide on microsoft (and everywere)
Yeah, but this easy guide is based on iirc WMP11, not 10, or to have a windows media centre pc instead of XP/Vista
#4
CD only for copying that I know of... can get really annoying naming the songs etc.
#5
I'm pretty sure you can transfer them from your flash drive. At the very least, you can play songs directly from it.
#6
The only way to get media on to the 360 is via a Audio CD.
#7
boydent999
Yeah, but this easy guide is based on iirc WMP11, not 10, or to have a windows media centre pc instead of XP/Vista


I had same problem, but upgrade to the MASSIVE MP11, only use to stream to xbox, but use wimamp to play localy, just saying.
#8
guru_the;1702236
I had same problem, but upgrade to the MASSIVE MP11, only use to stream to xbox, but use wimamp to play localy, just saying.
I can see what you're saying, and perhaps i have taken this off topic, apologies to OP, but the question remains, how to MOVE/COPY files to HD of xbox, not streaming
#10
Can't you have the pen drive plugged in and stream it off the pen drive, whilst playing the xbox.I know you can do this on a ipod
#11
add-man;1702390
Can't you have the pen drive plugged in and stream it off the pen drive, whilst playing the xbox.I know you can do this on a ipod
Yes you can, i have played music, even watched a movie off a stick, but i have some 11Gb of disk space that i'd like to fill :)
#12
Thanks for the advice guys.
#13
I've just got al my music and films on a 160gb external drive which you can plug into the 360 and play them that way
#14
jbarnett
I'm pretty sure you can transfer them from your flash drive. At the very least, you can play songs directly from it.


Can't transfer it, which sux. But yeah u can stream it off, that's about it.
#15
Can also use a BIG USB drive as long as formated as HFS+ all access upto 300GB.
GUIDE....

External HDD drive into the HFS+ Format and enable it to be used on the XBOX 360 for viewing HD WMV, DivX, XviD, Mp3's

Required MacDrive 7.0

1. Download Macdrive 7.0. (trial does not work)
2. Install Macdrive onto your PC.
3. Restart Your PC.
4. Start "Macdrive" by clicking the icon from the start menu or desktop.
5. Click on format and repair mac disk.
6. Tick modify Mac volumes than choose "Next".
7. Click on the external usb hard drive than click on initialize disk
8. Click on "free space" then "new volume".
9. Name the drive .
10. Make sure format is Mac OS Extended (HFS+).
11. Press ok .

That's it. Your drive is now formatted ready for use with your Xbox 360.

Now you are ready to copy xvid/divx to drive and play your own HD content on the Xbox 360.
Hope this helps out all you guys wanting to watch your movies, music videos on your xbox 360

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