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Got an original xbox 360, what do I need for backwards compatibility?

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User Info: jamsch1978

jamsch1978
1 month ago#1
I got the "free" one from black friday ad (got 2 in case one gets the RROD since the rebate was good for 2 systems per customer). I'm finding online that I have to get a 250gb hard drive. Is that the same for the original model or only for the newer models? Sorry if this has been asked before but I did a search and couldn't find what I'm looking for. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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User Info: TheGm86

TheGm86
1 month ago#2
1: Have internet connection.
2: Put disc into tray.
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User Info: INKU48

INKU48
1 month ago#3
All you need is to make sure that the hard drive inside the Xbox is an official Microsoft Xbox one. It doesn't matter if it's 20GB, 120GB, 250GB or whatever else there is as long as it's not third party. Apart from that, follow the instructions in post #2 of this topic. It's not more complicated than starting up the game while connected to the internet. It'll download a patch automatically.
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