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So my best bet would be to burn it to a DVD-R and transfer it that way? (You can do that, right?)
And, so I'm not wasting my efforts, this music can be played during gameplay, correct? There are some games with soundtracks that just don't matter, and I plan on replacing them with far superior music (I recall my freshman year roommate doing this for Madden on his Xbox original).
I don't know if everyone that reads this is only trying to listen to music as they play their game. I came to this thread looking for an answer to my problem. My problem being I got NHL 10 and you can have custom songs playing when your team comes out, after every whistle blow, etc. and the only way to get them on there is to copy songs to the hard drive.
I have to agree though I'm not looking forward to wasting a whole bunch of cd-r's on this. I tried linking my pc to my xbox, putting all my music in my wmp library, and transfer it that way. Didn't work. I tried putting the songs on a flash drive and hooking it up to my xbox to transfer them. Didn't work.
Please if there is an easy way to do it let us know.
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