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It's pretty simple. Once you download and extract Ninja, simply copy the folder to the Emulators folder (or games) on the Xbox. To install an update pack, you simply extract the folder(s) and drag/drop within the Ninja folder on your xbox (or local drive). In other words, the update packs like Premium ninja massive pack and Premium ninja massive pack 2 you would overlay them onto the folder that's already installed, overwriting any files it asks.

The expansion packs/genre packs (like Pinball or The Simpsons) contain only files used for those expansions. No overwriting occurs. 

Just be sure to keep the original archives (rar/zip) in case something doesn't go as planned.

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