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#1 PlzDuntBanMe
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I don't have any of these games, so this is awesome. I'm looking forward to Infamous!
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[QUOTE="watup962"][QUOTE="HilbillyRokstar"][QUOTE="PlzDuntBanMe"]

Hey everybody. Tomorrow I am deciding to buy a Xbox 360 250GB. I already have an Xbox 360 20GB which I bought 4 years ago. So my question is if it is possible to transfer my data on my 20GB Hard Drive to the new 250GB Hard Drive? I have a USB stick, but it is 8GB unfortunately. 8GB is not enough memory to transfer my old data. I've heard something about a transfer cable, but it costs money. Can there be another way around this?

No, you have to buy the transfer kit. i hear you can buy them for like 10 bucks on ebay.

That's completely 100% false. I just migrated from a dying 20Gb to a 250gb last week. All you need is a usb drive and you can move your data. You can move it in pieces if you have to.

Perfect. Just the answer I needed, quick and fast. Thank you guys very much!
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Hey everybody. Tomorrow I am deciding to buy a Xbox 360 250GB. I already have an Xbox 360 20GB which I bought 4 years ago. So my question is if it is possible to transfer my data on my 20GB Hard Drive to the new 250GB Hard Drive? I have a USB stick, but it is 8GB unfortunately. 8GB is not enough memory to transfer my old data. I've heard something about a transfer cable, but it costs money. Can there be another way around this?

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There's no justification for buying MS shares at the moment. The dividend's pretty insignificant, and the stock is currently trading in the 25-30 dollar range, where it has spent much of the past decade. If you're looking for a buying opportunity, you should be looking for something below $20, or a clear and sustained break through $30.

Like others have said, it would be good to acquire some education in investing before trying your hand at this. And before you start trading with real money (even after acquiring some education), practice trading with fake money. It's easy to track a hypothetical trade, regardless of whether you're using real money or not.

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lul what a nub.
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Assassins Brotherhood!
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Gym is easy.
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#10 PlzDuntBanMe
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Yes that is true, but America is still a wonderful place!