QUOTE(Weirdjerz3y @ Mar 1 2012, 09:34 PM)
So i don't get, do you already have a HD in the slim? Or did you get the 4GB? Because i got the 4GB. If its the 4GB, just getting a slimHD enclosure should work fine. I got this onehttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Hard-Disk-Drive-HD...c#ht_3106wt_952
If your talking about transferring your old data to a 250GB hd, just use the transfer kit,
It $10 http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-USB-HDD-Hard-D...6#ht_2937wt_952
Or if you really don't want to, When my friend got a 250GB, we just formatted a 16GB Flash-drive, and copied back and forth, till we were done. If you have a fast flash-drive should take about 30Minutes for about 30Gbs worth of stuff.
I have the 250gb, yes $10 is not expensive but I already have an enclosure for the hdd to connect with USB, which I paid $4. Also i do not want to swap the drives , i would like to combine the content onto the 250 slim drive or leave the data on the old hdd and just access it when it is plugged in occasionally.
I have another hdd that had nothing on it, I reformatted it using the slim,
I extracted the content folder from my old drive using xplorer360, so I believe I now have a copy of the content folder saved on my computer.
I plugged the reformatted drive into my computer to try to load the copied content folder onto it, also using xplorer 360. For some reason it doesnt just let me drag the files onto the reformatted drive. Is there some reason for this?
It seems like this should be a simple process. The drive is compatible if you put it directly into the console in place of the "stock" hdd. So the content has to be readable. After formatting the drive to be USB-console-compatible the data should be able to go back onto the drive and no worries yea?
what am I missing?