How to use an External Hard Drive with a JTAG Xbox 360 The purpose of this tutorial is to show you how to set up a regular External Hard Drive to work with your JTAG Xbox 360. This will help a ton when trying to play games using the .ISO’s, store and transfer large files, or if you just have a small HDD on your JTAG. Considering a regular 120gb HDD for Xbox 360 will cost around $100, and a 250gb External will only cost about $35, this will save you TONS of money. What you will need: JTAG Xbox 360 External Hard Drive WINDOWS: Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Note: You must be logged in as an Administrator to format the External Hard Drive Step 1: Open Control Panel by clicking the Start button , and clicking Control Panel. clicking System and Maintenance, clicking Administrative Tools, and then double-clicking Computer Management. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Step 2: Next, click System and Security (or System and Maintenance) Step 3: Under Administrative Tools, click “Create and format hard disk partitions”. The Disk Management window should open. Step 4: Find your External Hard Drive. Right click it, and select “Format”. Say that you wish to format it as “FAT32”. Once you finish this, your External Hard Drive is ready to be read by your JTAG. Just move the folders on to Storage Device and connect it to your JTAG! MAC: Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler Step 1: Connect your External Hard Drive to your Mac Step 2: Go to Spotlight Search and search for “Disk Utility” Step 3: Select your device. Choose “Partition”. Set Volume Scheme to “1 Partition”, and Format to “MS-DOS (FAT)”. Name it whatever you want it to be called, for example, I have named mine JTAG HDD. When done, press “Apply” Once you finish this, your External Hard Drive is ready to be read by your JTAG. Just move the folders on to Storage Device and connect it to your JTAG! That’s about it. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me. Thanks!