I'm currently filling up a 2tb hard drive with xbox and ps1 games to my console.
I'm using dvd2xbox to copy my discs and would like to know which option would be better, the regular or ISO.
ISO seems to take a bit longer and not all games will copy using that option. I've also noticed that after copying around 15 games, that it's taking around 100gb give or take. I feel like this is a lot of room, I was figuring I'd get more games on the hard drive than what it's showing.
Would one option be better than the other as far as space goes? Or should I forego the disc copying and just download games and ftp them to my drive?
I'm sure a lot of people here have already been through this, but I'm not quite sure if there would be any noticeable difference between regular, ISO or downloading from a site. I would like to get as many games as possible on my drive before I run out of space.
Thanks in advance for any thoughts.
Is there a link to the installation process of the Origins game pack that has been going around which is a 1.7TB HDD image?
all I am seeing is that you need a program to clone the HDD But no other information beyond that. What do I actually do with it? How would I clone it to my Xbox HDD when I have smaller size partitions, does the program just split it?
The Origins Game pack I am referring to is the ArcadePunks HDD image file that many people are using.