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User Info: Super Creatures

Super Creatures
4 years ago#11
TheBlueStig posted...
Replacing a measly $5 cable is FAR better than paying out $150+ dollars in labor costs to replace the fried USB ports on the motherboard of a game system.


If they're fried it isn't from plugging in and unplugging devices.

Broken?

Sure, but plugging **** in isn't going to fry the ports.
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User Info: rvjgd

rvjgd
4 years ago#12
I have this and it fits fine in my slim. You're good to go sir.
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User Info: TheBlueStig

TheBlueStig
4 years ago#13
Super Creatures posted...
TheBlueStig posted...
Replacing a measly $5 cable is FAR better than paying out $150+ dollars in labor costs to replace the fried USB ports on the motherboard of a game system.


If they're fried it isn't from plugging in and unplugging devices.

Broken?

Sure, but plugging **** in isn't going to fry the ports.


Static. Electricity.

There's also wear and tear from people not plugging things in straight and bending contacts.

A "fried port" is a general term for killing the port one way or another.
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User Info: Dragon Nexus

Dragon Nexus
4 years ago#14
From: TheBlueStig | #013
A "fried port" is a general term for killing the port one way or another.


No it isn't.
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User Info: Uozzor

Uozzor
4 years ago#15
I'm not sure if the Kingston flash drives are compatible with Xbox 360. Out of the 4 that I've owned only 1 worked, the rest didn't meet the performance requirements.
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User Info: TheBlueStig

TheBlueStig
4 years ago#16
Dragon Nexus posted...
From: TheBlueStig | #013
A "fried port" is a general term for killing the port one way or another.


No it isn't.


You're a Brit IIRC, your version of English isn't the only one, the word fried has been used as a euphemism for "broken" for a very long time.
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