Can you copy memory from a memory unit to a hard drive?
Yes You Can Do it with file transfer. OK so do it
yes you can all you need to do is have the memory unit and the hard drive in the 360. Then go to system setting and go to memory the go to the memory unit and go to the profile the do copy to hard drive.
Your old game saves will be on your old hard drive/ memory unit. If they are on a memory unit then it is a simple issue of plugging the memory unit into the new xbox and copying the old save to the new hard drive. If you have an old hard drive you can plug the old hard drive into the new xbox and play from there. If you want to transfer the saved games… Read More
It's not your computer per say; u have a memory unit which is called a hard drive that which holds your memory.
It depends on the package you choose. If you get the Arcade version - one controller, one system, necessary cables, and a memory unit. Premium - same as before except replace the memory unit with a hard drive. Elite - Larger hard drive
No, you need a HDD. (Hard Drive Disk)
The xbox 360 arcade unit does not come with a hard drive. It comes with a memory card, but not a hard drive. You can buy one for you Xbox 360 Arcade, however.
well it doesn't have a hard drive on top the memory is in the unit it has about 256mb i recommend getting at least a 20 GB hard drive if you are going to download things.
I think it is. You can also save on a hard drive, old or new. HOWEVER, I have an xbox game but don't a memory unit. To find out, you need a xbox 360 memory unit and an xbox game, but i don't think they are available now, but i hope a memory unit is available.
central processing unit and memory hard disk drive input and output devices
I believe that the cache memory stores certain copied information that you go to most often from the hard drive. So, the unit checks the cache memory first before it checks the whole hard drive. That way you can find the location of a certain file faster in the smaller (cache) memory versus finding it in the bigger hard drive where it takes longer to find that same file.
motherboard hard disk drive ( HDD ) case cards random access memory ( RAM ) random only memory ( ROM ) keyboard mouse central processing unit ( CPU )
You have to at least have a memory unit with a live account
The major components of a computer are a Central Processing Unit, a motherboard, (CPU), memory, and a hard drive.
I presume you mean an Xbox 360 hard-drive. You can access the contents of both the hard drive and the memory card from the Xbox Dashboard (access by starting up the Xbox 360 without a game inside). Once you access the dashboard, you can move left and right between tabs. Keep flicking right through the tabs until you see an option on the screen for memory (if I remember correctly lol) and then when you… Read More
Motherboard CPU (Central Processing Unit) Memory Hard Drive CD-ROM
First you need a hard drive or a memory unit then when playing a game check in-game instructions.
For starters: Hard drive Random Access Memory (RAM) Central Processing Unit (CPU) Motherboard Power Supply Unit (PSU)
There are usually six vital components on a computer. The six are: CPU (Central Processing Unit) ALU (Arithmetic and Logic Unit) Memory (Random Access Memory, or RAM) Hard disk, and usually an optical drive.
Hardrive A hard drive is non-volitile memory for a computer meaning when the power is removed the memory is still there. It is called a hard drive because the substrate for the memory is a number of rigid aluminum discs as opposed to the old floppy drives which had a flexible substrate. A rigid magnetic disk fixed permanently within a drive unit and used for storing computer data. Most hard drive manufacturers advertise their hard… Read More
You should remove the hard drive and face plate and only send the 360 unit.
RAM (random access memory), CPU (central processing unit), HDD (Hard disk drive)....
Motherboard,PSU (power supply unit), RAM (memory), Processor, hard drive, cd/dvd drive, fans, If the graphics are not onboard, video card, Case.
Of course you can. The Arcade is simply a box containing a normal 360 with a memory unit instead of a hard drive (although you can still buy a hard drive separately if you wish) and a bundled game.
Hard disk to Memory card # Turn on your Xbox with no disc in the drive # Select Memory option # Now, Insert your memory card and verify if your Xbox recognizes it. If Xbox did not #* Verify it has the Xbox Compatible logo on its packaging #* Verify your memory unit is not damaged #* Verify that your controller is not damaged # Select the Xbox icon # Using the large navigation circle… Read More
The question is ambiguous but I think you can. You go to system settings after you have connected your external hard drive. Then go to storage, find the movie from your Xbox's HDD, and select it. Then i think there is a tab called "Copy" or "Move". When you select move, it will come up with a list of your Memory Units for your 360. Select the External one and then your movie is on… Read More
No, a hard disk drive is not a part of the motherboard. The mother board is the actual processing unit of the cpu. It performs all the operations and calculations etc while the hard disk is the memory storage unit of the computer. The hard disk is where all the pictures, file, movies, documents etc. are stored in the computer. These files are of course accessed by the motherboard as nothing can happen without the… Read More
Everything in a computer is crucial, the hard drive, RAM (random access memory, aka. memory) the processor, the cooling system, and none of these components could work without the others.
The smallest storage access unit on an IDE hard drive is a sector.
RAM (Random Access memory) CPU (Central Processing unit) Hard Drive Motherboard Power Supply Video card
1. Chassis 2. CPU - Central processing unit 3. PSU - Power supply unit 4. RAM - Random access memory 5. HDD - Hard disk drive 6. Optical Drive 7. Video Card
Motherboard, central processing unit (CPU), random access memory (RAM), Graphics Card (VGA Card), Hard Disk Drive (HDD), Optical Drive (DVD player), Case.
Mother board is the unit the chips sit on. The CPU is the basic central processing unit. The memory sits on a smaller board normally. There is a hard drive for program storage. It all depends what part you are thinking of.
Get a USB, go to your old Xbox, and plug it into one of the two USB ports in the front of the Xbox. Go to "Systems Settings" Under "My Xbox" and click that. Then go to memory, and click Memory Device, then click configure, then go to your Hard Drive, and go to User Profiles, then click on your profile, then click transfer to Memory Unit. Then take your USB, then plug it into… Read More
There are several main components that the computer will not function without, including the hard drive, CPU (Central Processing Unit), RAM (Random Articulated Memory), ect.
Computer Hardware is the physical components of a computer. Examples include Hard Disk Drive (HDD), Solid state drive (SSD), Random Access Memory (RAM), and the most important Central Processing Unit...
A computer's CPU and hard drive are found in the D. system unit
system unit parts are floppy drive ,cd drive ,hard disk and cpu
Minimal ---------- Motherboard Processor (CPU) & Heatsink/Fan RAM - Random Access Memory PSU - Power Supply Unit HDD - Hard Disk Drive Extras ---------- GPU - Graphichs Processing Unit (Graphics Card) Disk Drive - CD/DVD Drive That's standard computer componants but there can be many more things
it should save automatically, if you have more than one memory unit (hard drive and a MU) it will ask you when the games loaded which you want to save it to.
Their are 3. They all play the same games except they come with more or less storage. Xbox 360 Arcade - $199 (no Hard Drive but has 256 MB memory unit) Xbox 360 Pro - $299 (60 GB Hard Drive) Xbox 360 Elite - $399 (120 GB Hard drive) <> As of August 2009 <> the 2010 xbox cost $100
The Major components of the typical desktop computer are the following: CPU (central processing unit) RAM (Random Access Memory) Hard Drive CD/DVD/BluRay/CD-ROM drive (optional) Video Card
The hard drive.
No, you can not a hard drive is required for add-ons. Because most game expansion are pretty big an xbox 360 memory unit will not hold them maybe it was some thing under about 100 mega bytes (and you have an xbox 360 memory unit) you could but if you dont you're outta luck.
Depending on your computers system and specification, the main hardware will include: Motherboard (Mobo) Central Processing Unit (CPU) CPU FAN Power Supply Unit (PSU) Hard Drive (Permanent Memory) RAM (Temp / Live memory) Optical drives (CD / DVD / Blu-Ray) Floppy Disk Driver (FDD)
An external hard drive is an actual hard drive that connects to the computer through and USB port. And external backup drive can be a storage unit as to where files are uploaded.
When you buy a new Windows XP computer, in what unit is the size of a typical hard drive measured?
I assume you're talking about RAM or memory on your hard disk drive. Gigabytes is the amount of storage you have currently. A Gigabyte is just a unit of size and one gigabyte is equal to 1000 megabytes.
Most of the time, you will see your motherboard, power supply, and your CPU (central processing unit). Beyond that varies between computers. If you look carefully, you will find your sound card, video card, hard drive, and RAM memory.
1. Chassis 2. PSU - Power supply unit 3. CPU - Central Processing unit 4. HDD - Hard disk drive 5. RAM - Random access memory 6. Optical Drive 7. Video Card Finally, Operating system i.e. Windows or Mac
Hard Drive Disk (HDD)