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Have you over the last few years since the Xbox 360 launched ever needed to or brought a separate hard drive which never came with a transfer kit.

Or maybe somebody who just wanted to make backups of everything just in case.

Then you may be pleased to know that Microsoft today as officially started to sell the data migration kit for $15.99 which translates to roughly 10 quid.

What I don't get is though why would you buy one of these when you can call up customer support and get them to give you one for free?
 

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Have you over the last few years since the Xbox 360 launched ever needed to or brought a separate hard drive which never came with a transfer kit.

Or maybe somebody who just wanted to make backups of everything just in case.

Then you may be pleased to know that Microsoft today as officially started to sell the data migration kit for $15.99 which translates to roughly 10 quid.

What I don't get is though why would you buy one of these when you can call up customer support and get them to give you one for free?
just call up microsoft support and ask for a data migration kit for your hard drive then give them your details about where you live and they will send youi one free of charge. beats paying for one
Reaper
Member
9 years ago
they are obviously gonna stop giving them away now that they are selling it.
x2i
Administrator
9 years ago
Yeah I think they are going to stop... and does anyone know if this can be used to store data on your computer for say if your HDD is getting full?
the kit by itself then no it wont allow for stuff to be stored to a pc for fears of like piracy n stuff, but there is a program which hacks like a mod or hack for it which lets the computer recognise it and stuff all the files on there
HyperBrandon
Member
9 years ago
Hmm i wounder if i called if they would still give me one. I just found this also.

Microsoft Store
Data Migration Kit : $14.99
store.microsoft.com/microsoft/... ... t/7707C68E