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I recently purchased all 5 Fallout New Vegas DLC packs. As my 360 is not currently connected to the internet, I removed my hard drive and attached it to my brother's 360 - which is connected to the internet - to download the DLC. I used my own gamertag.
I've re-attached the hard drive to my own 360. The DLC is in the hard drive's memory but when I load up New Vegas the DLC doesn't appear, as an error message appears telling me it's corrupted. So... 1) Will I need to connect my machine to the internet to play
the DLC, or 2) Do I need to transfer licences from my brother's 360 to mine? I'd be surprised if that was the case since I used my hard drive and gamertag... Thanks Pete
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You will need to do a license transfer. When you download content it's tied to the gamertag that it was purchased on and the console it was purchased on. It would work on your console if your gamertag was signed into Live, but since the console license is
on your brother's console it won't let you use it while offline.
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