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320GB Hard Drive HDD for Xbox 360 - Highest Capacity

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320G Thick
  • 360GB Capacity
  • Gray Color
  • Compatible with Orignal Xbox 360 (NOT the SLIM version)
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Color: 320G Thick
  • Item Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00656HLGO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (398 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 9, 2011

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Color: 320G Thick

320GB Hard Drive for Xbox 360

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106 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Dean Bushik on July 16, 2012
Color Name: 320G Thick Verified Purchase
I purchased a 320 GB drive. The enclosure is identical to my old official Microsoft HDD. No issues with fit or appearance or structural quality.

Looking through the holes in the enclosure, the drive used is a factory recertified Western Digital. Some people may not feel comfortable with a refurbished HDD, so if that's the case for you, you may want to go with an official Microsoft HDD at the higher price, or make your own DIY HDD (Google search: "xpgamesaves how to make low cost" or "how to make xbox 360 hdd").

If you are upgrading from a smaller HDD and want to transfer a significant amount of data, you will need a data transfer cable.

The only drawback here is that the drive will not play original Xbox games on disc as it comes from the seller. It is missing information in the partition 2 that allows for emulation of original Xbox titles on disc. It plays online and anything downloaded from the games marketplace just fine, the issue is only with original Xbox titles on disc. For the majority of people, this will not be an issue at all (since most people are not going to be playing old titles on disc). However, if this is an issue for you, it is easily fixed.

For a tutorial on how to restore partition 2 to allow for the play of original Xbox game discs on your 360, Google search: "xpgamesaves how to create partition 2 xbox" or "digiex xbox 360 partition 2". Both of those locations give straightforward tutorials and point you at the program and file you'll need to do this. You'll need a PC and a data transfer cable to most easily accomplish this.

Overall, I can't complain at all about this generic HDD. Tons of space for cheap; great upgrade. I'd give it 5 stars if the seller had stated upfront it's a refurb.
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57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By HowlingEddie on August 20, 2012
Color Name: 320G Thick Verified Purchase
Please ignore the star ratings since this is not a game. It should say "How do you rate this PRODUCT overall?" Still, I give it 5 stars.

I bought my Xbox 360 about 4 years ago with the ridiculously small 20 GB hard drive (ridiculous considering that if you are on Xbox live, you are bound to run out of space really quick with everything it offers) because the ones with the bigger drives cost more. I think it was about 2 years ago Microsoft gave us the option to use a thumb drive to extend our console's storage (and btw, don't bother with anything bigger than 16 gigs as that is all that the Xbox 360 will register). But yet again, I found myself running out of space after purchasing many of the Arcade games, etc. and frankly, I was getting tired of deleting things just to have more space. And I care little for modifying/ hacking some other type of external drive, I wanted something quick and easy.

Alas, I decided to purchase a bigger hard drive but even the 250 GB from Microsoft @ about $100 was unreasonable, never mind the 320 drive! So about 2 weeks ago I came across the reviews for the "320GB Hard Drive HDD for Xbox 360" by JACOBPARTS. I read some wonderful reviews and whether or not this is a refurbished drive, and not an "official" Microsoft drive, I was convinced enough to order one, and at about $60.00 for 320 GB, why not?

The JACOBPARTS hard drive, visually, is identical to the original Xbox 360 hard drive in every way minus the official Microsoft seal. BUT, please note that this drive does not come backwards compatible; it will not play the first Xbox CD games (I don't know if it plays downloadable Xbox games though).
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64 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Eric D. Haberman on April 18, 2012
Color Name: 320G Thick Verified Purchase
I'm a cheap bastard and this was good for my price point. I was worried as first as you know this is some cheap-ass possibly stolen part from some backdoor of some factory in china. But then so is the full price MS part, minus the backdoor "sales"...

When I got this is was exactly like the MS original 360 HDD part but without the MS stamp and stickers, like EXACTLY the same, and about half as much money...can you even buy real ones this big? Either way, whatever your politics/buying choices, this part worked PERFECTLY!
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Vervack on August 22, 2013
Color Name: 320G Thick Verified Purchase
I replaced the 20GB hard drive on a first generation XBox 360 with this one. Initially I had no issues, but I started to experience intermittent freezes and error messages when playing games, especially games that had been installed to the drive. Initially I thought that they hard drive itself may have been defective, so I cracked the case open. Inside was a perfectly fine SATA Western Digital hard drive.

Figuring that it was unlikely to be a hard drive defect, I swapped cases, putting the new 320GB drive in the case of the old 20GB drive. Voila, no more issues.

I can't speak to the overall quality of the cases -- perhaps I just got the rare dud -- but consider that the internal drive is a standard 2.5 inch SATA drive. If you're willing to do a little surgery (and have some jeweler-sized torx screwdrivers) then you may be able to purchase the hard drive separately and replace it yourself for a bit less.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Jon Smith on July 17, 2013
Color Name: 320G Thick Verified Purchase
I bought this drive without any expectations for my original xbox 360 console that I bought in 2005 with hopes of replacing a very small hard drive. Fortunately, I did not have the option of buying a new Microsoft XBOX 360 hard drive and I purchased this third party drive for a fraction of the cost. This is what I found out:

1) The 320gb hard drive is extremely easy to install.
2) You will not get banned from xbox live for using a third party hard drive
3) You can use any xbox 360 transfer cable (Microsoft or 3rd party) without the transfer CD to move files seamlessly from the xbox 360 hard drive to the new hard drive. You simply leave the original xbox 360 hard drive in the main slot and connect the new hard drive using the transfer cable to the USB port. It automatically prompts you to transfer and handles it automatically. After that, just pop the new hard drive into the xbox 360 and toss the old one.
4) The xbox 360 is already formatted for you, has your portfilio, settings, etc loaded and is ready to use. No changes needed to be made (unlike purchasing a non-formatted Western Digital HD that most people do).
5) The only catch is you have to partition 2 this hard drive to include a xbox original emulator if you want to play xbox original games on the new drive. Fortunately, this is the simplest process in the world and you simply have to click one button after you download two very small programs. You can type: "Xbox 360 Partition 2 Download (Xbox 1 Emulator) digiex" on google and it will be the top result(s). All you have to do is connect the hard drive (as is - no screw driver, etc required) using the transfer cable to the computer through USB (you do not need to go through that long formatting process that people do if they buy a 2.
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