My Xbox 360 USB stick came up corrupted after I tried to bring over my dad's Forza Motorsport 3 save files as well as the Motorsport Legends Car and Track Pack. I have since used PhotoRec to recover what I can but it recovered two directories worth of data but I have no idea how to go from here.
Can someone please tell me how to get those files back onto a different USB from my computer?
I recently moved, and during the move I packed up my XBox 360, recovered my gamertag on my brother's XBox 360, and played there. I only now got my own place, and so I unpacked my own XBox. My brother created a USB storage device on his machine, copied my games over to it, then emailed them to me. So I've got an XBox directory with four files, Data0000, Data0001, Data0002, and Data0003 on it. How can I turn this into something my XBox can read? I tried creating a storage device and overriding the Data000x files on it with these, but that doesn't seem to work (it just asks to reformat
from the mounted image I took, but again, I get prompted to reconfigure it. How can I get the new XBox to recognise the USB drive formatted by the old model? ...I used to own an older model XBox 360 (the big white model). I took a USB backup of my saved games, etc. to an 8GB USB stick. I then needed to use this USB stick for something else, so I used dd on Linux to copy the entire drive's image to a file on my PC. I eventually replaced the older XBox 360 with a newer XBox 360 Slim model. I took the exact same USB stick, used dd to put the image back
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I have Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection on Steam and had some problems playing it with a non-Xbox 360 USB controller - basically the Y-axis (vertical) is inverted and certain buttons are not recognized properly in the menu. Controller options in pause menu suggest compatibility only with Xbox 360 controller. Is it possible to play 2-player versus mode on one computer using keyboard & non-Xbox 360 USB controller?
Possible Duplicate: How can I recover my offline lost achievements and saved games? About 4 years ago I connected to Xbox Live for the first time. I attained around 4000G before my family moved out to the sticks-as it were- where we don't have any good high-speed internet services. I played offline for a year or so (within which I recovered my gamertag several times to different friends' Xboxes) and gained a few thousand more offline. This is where things went wrong…. I heard the Xbox dashboard had an update, so I brought by Xbox to a friend’s house to download it. I recovered my
I recently bought an "Xbox 360 Wireless Controller for Windows". It came with a little USB dongle for my computer to pick up the wireless signal and some driver software. It works like a charm. I plan to have some multiplayer games on my computer, so I want to hook up three more wireless controllers. Here's my question: should I buy more "Wireless Controllers for Windows", which are a little more expensive than just regular Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers. or now that I have the driver software and the USB dongle, can I just buy regular Xbox 360 Wireless Controllers? Is there any actual
Possible Duplicate: Using a wireless XBox 360 controller on a PC I have heard that it is not possible to use an XBox 360 play and charge kit as a normal controller on Windows since it just charges the batteries but still connects over wifi. On the other hand in my windows 7 devices view I see "Xbox 360 Wireless Controller via Play & Charge Kit" Is it still possible to use this as a normal USB controller?
A friend had been saving games on his 360 using a USB drive. He moved it to a different 360 and it reformatted the USB for use, deleting his files. I suggested he use some data recovery software, but then it turns out the .svg saved game files aren't visible on windows. I wasn't able to find anything concrete on google, any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Whilst doing some research about backwards compatiblity on the Xbox 360, I found one of my favorite games from the original Xbox, Yu-Gi-Oh The Dawn of Destiny, was backwards compatible. I found... - the disc is very clean, great! I inserted the game into my Xbox 360 and went to play it but no such luck. Here is the exact error I am getting: My console is completely up to date I have plenty of space on my memory cards and hard drive for any save files. Is there some hardware requirement for backwards compatibility to work correctly? Or is it only certain models of Xbox/hard drives