Xbox 360 4GB Console
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First, make sure you have J-Runner with Extras. You need this tool to read/write your NAND and prepare the RGH2 built nand which you'll convert later in the guide. Once you've connected your NAND Reader Wires, refer to the below images in the correct spoiler for your Console Revision
You can plug in an external drive (FAT32 format), but it only uses the first 16GB. I did read somewhere that it'll use all of a HFS+ formatted drive, but that didn't seem to work for me (it may have only been the original white Xboxs?). Well you kinda can but the max size the xbox supports is 16GB so you'd have to partition it into lots of 16GB Fat32 drives and store stuff separately.As regards memory cards, you do know that you can just use any standard flash drive on the market right?
The new method ensures that most if not ALL compatible Xbox 360s can be RGHed with results mostly returning INSTABOOT!Most of the games that revolve around the market require a hard drive. This trouble is highly negated because of the console’s design. Xbox 360 250GB has more storage capacity and can hold more games, music, and videos than Xbox 360 4GB.
If your console does not boot on either 10/27MHZ options, change your resistor for a LOWER one (EG if you used 22k, try 10k)The Xbox 360 – 4GB is a video game console manufactured by Microsoft with 4GB of internal storage and supports online gaming via Xbox Live, released in 2010. The Xbox 360 – 250 GB is a video game console that came out in 2009 by Microsoft with a large 250 GB hard drive for storage. It supports online gaming via Xbox Live. You would only have place for a very limited amount of rich content on 4GB, my phone has more memory