Slim to slim save transfer?

I already have a black slim Xbox and I'm buying a Starwars console this week. How do I transfer the saves ? Is it a cable like the old hard drives ?
 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

[quote user="Pitbullpeebs"]How do I transfer the saves ?[/quote]Cloud Storage, USB Memory Unit, or Data Migration Cable.[quote]Is it a cable like the old hard drives ? [/quote]The latest data migration cable supports both 360 S and 360 HDDs, yes.

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you can buy the slim to slim transfer cable, just make sure it is an official microsoft product. or you could transfer it all onto memory sticks, especially if theres not much data to move, it has to be FAT32 format and between 1-16GB

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Thanks for your answers. I've not used the cloud system yet & I've too much saved to use a USB stick. Looks like I'll have to find a transfer cable. I have the old type I'm guessing that doesn't work for slim to slim?

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[quote user="Pitbullpeebs"]I have the old type I'm guessing that doesn't work for slim to slim?[/quote]It does not. Different HDD connector.

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Typical, any ideas where I can get one & how much? Can't seem to find any.

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[quote user="Pitbullpeebs"]Typical,[/quote]In 2005 when the 360 shipped, there was no standard method to run SATA power and data over one connector.[quote]any ideas where I can get one & how much?[/quote]They go for $15 to $20, and are available at Amazon, GameStop, and Microsoft's store, to name a few places. If you can't find one from a local retailer, call MS support and see if they'll send you one. They may even send you one for free as you're upgrading to a limited edition console. I received one for free when I told them I was upgrading to a Gears of War console. Keep in mind I had my GOW console in hand when I ordered the cable from MS. They may require the serial number or console ID.

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I can't seen to find one in the UK, contacted Xbox support spoke to somebody via the chat system who sent me a link but it was the old transfer cable. I'm close to cancelling my order for the Starwars console. £350 & no help from Xbox and they expect me to pay another £20 for yet another cable

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[quote user="Pitbullpeebs"]I can't seen to find one in the UK,[/quote]Game and Amazon both carry it.[quote]contacted Xbox support spoke to somebody via the chat system[/quote]No, don't do that. CALL them, though it's better you call during the work week than on a weekend. More call center people/supervisors around to clarify things on their end.

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Will try that cheers.

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