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    XPort 360 is a hardware and software package for use with Xbox 360 Hard drives,
    Xbox 360 memory cards and Xbox 1 memory cards.

    XPort 360 enables you to backup the contents of your Xbox devices and transfer
    data between them.

    Supported Devices:

    • - Xbox 360 Datel Max Memory Card (Micro SD adaptor card.
    • Tested with 1 to 16 gig Micro SD's. Should support 32Gig when available).
    • - Xbox 360 Hard Drives (20gb, 60gb, 120gb)
    • - Xbox 360 64Mb and 512Mb Memory cards*
    • - Xbox 1 Microsoft 8Mb memory cards *
    • - Xbox 1 Datel 8Mb memory cards (inc Action Replay memory card) *
    • - Xbox 1 Datel 16Mb memory cards*
    • - Xbox 1 Datel 32Mb memory cards*
    • - Xbox 1 Datel 64Mb memory cards*
    - Image files of all the above. As in a backup image file you made from
    a device. This is so you can view and retrieve files from an image.
    Note: Currently you cannot write files to an open image file, only
    copy from. This is to prevent users corrupting their backup image files.

    * Driver required. To use an XBox 360 memory card or XBox 1 memory card, you will
    need to install the supplied "Xport360 USB V2 Device" device driver. The driver
    file "xport360_usb_v2.inf" or "xport360_usb_v2_x64.inf" can be found in the program
    folder (usually "C:\Program Files\Datel\XPort 360"). If you have connected your
    memory card to the XPort 360 hardware and to your PC; yet Windows does not ask you
    for a driver then it has probably installed the memory card as a "mass storage
    device". You will need to do into Windows "device manager" and update its driver.
    To do this, follow these steps:

    • Click Start, then "run".
    • Enter "devmgmt.msc" in the run edit box and click OK.
    • In device manager, open the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" tree.
    • You will see at least two devices called "USB Mass Storage Device".
    • Right click the first "USB Mass Storage Device" and select "update driver".
    • In the hardware update wizard, select "No, not this time", click next.
    • Select "Install from a specific location", click next.
    • Select "Donâ??t search, I will select the driver to install, click next.
    • In the driver selection box, click the "Have Disk" button.
    • Locate the "XPort 360.inf" file, usually found in "C:\Program Files\Datel\XPort 360".
    • The driver "X360 MU USBIO" should now be selected, click next.
    • Click "finish".

    Note that you do not need to install a driver to use the XPort 360 software with a hard disc drive.

    Making a Backup

    Please make sure you make a backup image of any device you are going to copy
    files to (or delete from). That way if it goes wrong you can restore the device!

    Making a backup (see manual or follow this):
    • 1. Install and run XPort 360. Ensure you install memory cards with the
    • supplied driver "XPort 360.inf" (see manual).
    • 2. Cancel the "select device" dialog.
    • 3. In the "HDD/MC" menu select "Backup to Image".
    • 4. Select the device you want to backup.
    • 5. Select a destination file. You will need to select a path and filename
    • where there is enough room for the image. Tip: Create a folder for your
    • backups and use Windows compression on the folder and its contents; The
    • images will then use much less space on your disk.
    • 6. Click the "Copy" button to begin the backup.

    Or, if you are backing up a hard disk and do not have enough hard disk space to
    make a full backup of the device, you can select "Backup Part Of Disk Only" in the
    "Backup To Image" dialog. This will back up only the first 16K bytes of the HDD.

    The partial backup image contains the important serial number (security sector) for
    the drive. As long as this area is restored to the drive, you can then format it
    in an XBox 360. Note that this will not affect the content* of the drive, but at least your
    drive will still work!
    *By content I mean: If the content consists of user profiles, save data, or
    other Xbox 360 media â??? this should still be there. If the data was overwritten
    (e.g. You formatted the drive in Windows, deleted all items, or overwrote the
    disk with some non-Xbox 360 HDD image), the drive will be empty and probably
    need formatting via the Xbox 360 System menu.


    - PC running Windows XP/2003/2000 operating system.
    - One or more of: Xbox 360 HDD, Xbox 360 memory card, Xbox 1 memory card.


    It is safe to remove devices immediately after a file has been written to the device
    (be it a HDD or memory card). All files and folders are written to the device directly with no
    write behind caching.

    The XPort 360 application was written from scratch. No code from any other source was used
    and even the FATX code was written based on own research and knowledge obtained from
    official specifications of FAT32, FAT16 and "long filenames". Hence you will find that this
    application may work differently to other applications you have used, in most cases it
    should work better!

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