How to Create Xbox 360 Game Profiles on a FAT32 Micro SD Card

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Xbox 360 game profiles are files that contain information about your gamer tag and settings on an Xbox 360 console. These game profile files are typically saved to the Xbox 360's internal hard drive. However, if you have a Micro SD flash card formatted in the FAT32 file system, you can backup these profile files to the memory card. This allows you to use them on another Xbox 360 console, such as one owned by a friend.

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Things you need

  • USB Micro SD card reader

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    Connect a USB Micro SD card reader to one of the USB inputs on your Xbox 360. Insert the Micro SD card with the arrow on the label pointing toward the reader.

  2. 2

    Turn on your Xbox 360.

  3. 3

    Open your console's "My Xbox" menu. Choose the option from the list on your TV that reads "System Settings."

  4. 4

    Select "Memory."

  5. 5

    Highlight the icon for the Xbox 360 game profile you want to copy. Select the "Copy" option. Select the icon for your FAT32-formatted Micro SD card to copy the game profile from your Xbox 360 hard drive to the card in the card reader.

Tips and warnings

  • A USB Micro SD card reader can be purchased at any computer electronics store.

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