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sigh o well i could use it as some extra storage...... dunno might sell it Once i get enought Rep..
    
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ATA-6 or Ultra - ATA/100 are not what the 360 HD uses. the 360's HD uses SATA (1.5 or 3.0, it doesn't really matter, but i would use 3.0), plus you need a Torx srewdriver set to open it which you can buy at a local hard ware center for about $6 - $10. you would need a Torx 6 to open the outer casing, and a Torx 10 to open up the inner casing holding the HD. if you do install a bigger SATA HD you have to reformat it, in other words when the screen pops up just click X. also only notebook HDs will fit in HD case, unless you wanted to use an external HD.

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