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Xbox memory

(3 Posts)
okokokok Fri 15-Apr-16 10:20:21

I know nothing about video games/xbox's so this is probably a silly question but if anyone could help I would be grateful. My sons xbox has hardly any memory left... already deleted things he doesn't use. I want to get him a game for his birthday but it says it needs 16 gb data (8gb for game, 8gb for download). Can I just get a usb memory stick and put that in the back of the xbox to create more memory?

Xexyz Tue 31-May-16 10:45:42

What sort of Xbox is it?

If it's an Xbox 360 or an Xbox One, you'd be best off getting a USB hard drive, which will be more robust than a memory stick. I use one of these: www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-Slimline-Portable-Hard-Drive/dp/B008PABFX8/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1464687917&sr=1-1

NowhereMan Mon 11-Jul-16 01:25:09

Hi, hope this helps : if it's an Xbox 360 you can purchase a hard rive which you attach to the top of the Xbox, if it's the old models or if it's the Xbox slim then open a hatch on the vents along the side or you can always just purchase a memory stick. However, when you use a memory stick make sure you get a good one because the Xbox can reject to use it if it cannot configure correctly. If it's an Xbox one then you just buy a decent memory stick too. Hope I helped smile

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