Games on Demand from USB?

Hi, I was wondering if it were possible to run some "Games on Demand" that I have bought from the Marketplace on a USB Flash Drive? Only reason I ask is bc I have really small HDD for my xbox and can't fit everything on there. Believe it's only 14 / 20GB and I would like to keep buying more GoD but need to know if this is possible first. Thanks!

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 8 Applies to:

I don't believe that it is possible to run the GoD games off of a flash drive.  However, once purchased you own the game on that gamertag and can delete and redownload any time you choose.

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You can either move it onto ur USB after downloading it onto your Hard drive, or you can directly download it onto ur USB. Im not 100% sure if this works because iv only tried this with arcade titles and it does work with them.

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Well, I tried it out today. Put my GoD on a Flash Drive and it seemed to work fine at first, then I started getting "There's a problem with the disc you're using. It may be dirty or damaged." messages popping up. And I would have to manually reset my xbox from the front Power Button.

Boo! And here I was hoping I could use my big Flash Drive to hold all my games so I wouldn't have to resort to "re-downloading" and having to wait those dreadful long waiting hours.   >=/

Anyway, thanks you two for the replies, I guess I will just have to break down and buy a bigger HDD for my box when I get the money. Do you know if Transfer Cables come with new HDD's? And how do they work, do they just transfer everything from one HDD to the other?

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