I have no idea about the Xbox so appreciate any plain speaking help thanks. My childrens xbox has broke, yet again, and while I have said I would not be replacing it as it has been nothing but trouble due to having spent a lot of money on games and LIVE membership I guess I have to.
We have a white Xbox 360 with external hard drive but the new xbox's have internal HDD am I right in thinking they would not be able to attach their old hard drive to a new xbox? I have read that everything is stored under their log in so what is actually stored on the hard drive? What will they be losing if the info/data cannot be transferred? Is there any way to transfer whatever is on their hard drive onto a new xbox? I have read about cables but posts were over a year old so don't know if they apply now to the new xbox's.
There are a few Q's there I would appreciate any help with. I'm not a total idiot where gaming is concerned :-) but not interested in how an xbox works, just how it will impact on my kids. If they are going to lose important stuff and have to start over again I will cut my loses (all the games and newly purchased live membership) and xbox can shove it up their bottoms :-) as I am fed up with having to pay for their shoddy goods. I have had to pay for the 6 discs which have been 'chewed', games I have bought which have refused to play and the countless controller and battery packs which last all of 2 minutes. Nah I'm not a fan of a console which has been the most expensive ever, I have 5 of the oppositions consoles and they are all working (versions 1,2 & 3) and they haven't cost me as much as an xbox or given me any trouble. Sorry I needed that :-)