So FAT32 does not support files larger than 4GB, many of my HD movies are larger than 4GB. When will MS Xbox get with the program and support NTFS, there own OS format as other already do?
Isn't there a update for the Xbox360 that gives this support?
FAT32 is OLD.
April 25, 2009 5:58:59 AM
download easeus partition manager and reformat the hard drive and make sure you format it PRIMARY. whether its fat32 or ntfs shouldnt make a difference. the xbox wont recognize it if its not a primary drive
May 30, 2009 10:25:23 PM
for me i use swiffnife its eazy download it its free run it select the drive you want to for maat then select left above partition or quick fomat set to fat1§ left above look down select delete wen delete then you press create exit the programe done
So, will I be able to save my games to the usb drive?
June 21, 2009 2:07:42 AM
to my knowlege I would say no you can only save the save data to a item that has been made by microsoft or if it was a spoof of another xbox 360 hard drive as if i remember from game saving they have a device id number. You can use it to run movies ect if they in the correct format the xbox 360 reads. Many years ago I used a mp3 player to play music video on my 360 and I think that was MPEG format not avi files. I dont know if any future updates may have changed this.