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Xbox 360 Quesrion!!!!

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
Just wondering, if I get the new style 360, with the 4gb and the kinect, can I then stick my old 60gb hdd on it, or are the fittings different!

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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Fittings are different but it can be done by buying a case on deal extreme for about £6
banned#2
we've put our kinect on the old style 360 and works fine-not sure if this answers your uestion. all the fittings must be the same
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gemmaharwood123
we've put our kinect on the old style 360 and works fine-not sure if this answers your uestion. all the fittings must be the same

He was asking if he could take the old harddrive and use it in the new slim console. Nothing to do with the kinect.
#4
Cheers for replies, Off to deal extreme to find the case! :)
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oldmankensey
Cheers for replies, Off to deal extreme to find the case! :)

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.48653
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dh058977
oldmankensey
Cheers for replies, Off to deal extreme to find the case! :)
http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.48653

Again thanks very much lol, saved me a job :)
#7
you dont really need to do that either ^^

you can just take apart your old 60gb and stick it in

EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKnaixPCsns
here's a video for you

oh and dont bother with DX been waiting a month and a half for my item! Bad time to buy from them!

Edited By: Boom123 on Dec 18, 2010 11:19
#8
Boom123
you dont really need to do that either ^^ you can just take apart your old 60gb and stick it in

You can do but for a couple of quid i would rather have the harddrive secured in nicely.
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dh058977
You can do but for a couple of quid i would rather have the harddrive secured in nicely.


Yeah i get you, but just incase i would avoid DX in my opinion, i bought a switch and some wires back at the start of november but no sign of it :(

There's some cases for a tenner on fleabay ;)

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