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Microsoftの最新かつ超強力なゲームコンソールXbox One X(モデル番号1787)は2017年11月7日に発売されました。

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Xbox One X internal SSD upgrade possible? (cloning to 1tb ssd)

I upgraded my xbox one internal hdd to 1tb ssd by cloning, now since the xbox one x is out and uses sata 3.

Im hoping you guys got the teardown and possible news for hdd replacement :)

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did I need to do anything to the hard drive like firmware update or will the xbox one x just prepare the Hard drive once its formatted

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Please use the XBOX HDD Master Tool from GBA TEMP, follow the instructions, update the XBOX about the recovery with the OSU file, then it will work again

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Take a look a YouTube video from XFiX on how to create the XBOX ONE HDD (SSD).

There are two methods for Linux USB and for Windows.

Xbox One S and Xbox One X HDDs have the same structure.

I used this method for 2TB Samsung EVO SSD (MZ-75E2T0BW).

I created the Xbox One SSD (four partitions) in Windows 10, copy/pasted all files from the original drive into my SSD (System Support, System Update, Temp Content and User Content), replaced the drive in my Xbox One X (not Project Scorpio) and it is working just GREAT!

For HDD replacement just follow the Xbox One X teardown video here on ifixit.

14 screws T10 and 2 screws T9 (USB connector). No other tools are required.

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@taurus330 how much of a performance increase did changing the internal HDD to a SSD did i make?

im thinking about doing the same and im wondering if its worth buying a 1tb SSD to do it

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SSD has at least 30% performance increase at console bootup.

Some games like Fallout 4 have 50% less loading time.

In WOT I have to wait 10-15 sec until other users will complete the load to join the game.

I didn’t measure exactly but it’s something really “visible”.

From other side, SSD has no vibration, less heating and noiseless.

2Tb is better than 1Tb from the capacity side but at same time it’s twice expensive. The question of your budget...

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wow that's really awesome, since its a 600$ beast i think its really worth it to put in a ssd and since its actual sata III cable now its not a waste of money

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@taurus330 would it be possible for you to time how long it takes to load fallout 4 to the menu and maybe also gta v to story mode or online? that would really give everyone a good point of view because there's alot of loading time test done already with the one x hdd thanks

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Fallout 4 from the xbox main menu to the game main menu - 17 secs.

Loading of the saved game - 18 secs.

Teleporting from one point to another - 12 secs.

Don't have GTA V.

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We can confirm the below:

Xbox One X ships with a standard laptop HDD. Regular laptop SATA SSD should work. Don’t know if the connector is 3.0 or 6.0 Gbps though.

It will not work by itself because Xbox One is not designed to let user swap HDD. Manual repartitioning and statically assigning Volume IDs required.

After that manual download of system files are required. Then the machine should recover itself. Check HDD swap tutorials on YouTube.

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I was wondering if you can go larger then a 2TB SSD

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No.

1.8Tb is a limit for internal HDD/SSD in XboX One system.

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Can I simply put my internal HDD from my recently broken Xbox X into a brand new Xbox X without having to format or hack the HDD? Or is each internal HDD specifically locked to the hardware/console in which it was manufactured?

Btw, I'm not concerned about voiding my warranty on the new Xbox X by opening it.

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@topaznutsack You can swap HDDs between consoles, as GUIDs are the same across all XB1X's.

FTC ruled April 11 it's illegal to enforce a consumer opening their electronics voids the OEM warranty, per the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (15USC50 & 16CFR700) [FTC]

FTC ruled "warranty void" stickers on electronics are illegal & unenforceable, and it's illegal for OEMs to state: "The use of [company name] parts is required to keep your . . . manufacturer’s warranties & any extended warranties intact."

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So it would work? Also, the parts that broke in my Xbox One X is are the controller sync module and a small plastic pair of parts that connect the board to the thin front rf board (behind power button). Doris anyone know if/where I can get those parts?

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You can easily clone it with a Mac or Linux machine. You will first need to identify the disk then run a command like

sudo dd if=/dev/disk1 of=/dev/disk2

disk1 is the Original Drive

disk2 is the new SSD

there are additional parameters to the command DD and you may want to read about it by typing

man dd

The dd command doesn't display any progress so just wait. It will copy all data (including the empty portion of the drive). If you accidentally used of=/dev/ (original Xbox drive) then your data is irrecoverable. So make sure you used the correct disk handles

If you're using Windows, you can download a virtual machine for Linux and make sure both drives are connected to the linux box (they may not mount because of NTFS partitions)

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DD doesn't work. The reason being is that it is a sector by sector clone. It will not resize the disk. If he clones a 500gb hard drive to a 1tb hard drive, his xbox will still think he has a 1tb hard drive because the partition doesn't get expanded.

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You really don't want to utilize dd for a few reasons:

1. dd doesn't care what information is on a storage medium, as it copies bit by bit... because of this, attempting to transfer data from a non-out of the box console will likely take several days.

2. Windows natively has all the tools required to not only create partition images [dism /capture-image /?], apply captured images [dism /apply-image /?], but also allows one to maintain a backup copy of their partitions as WIMs.

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Don't need Linux or Mac or virtual machines: look for Win32 Disk Imager (is free) on Windows, equivalent of dd.

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Actually 'dd' is quite fast ... IFF you increase the blocksize on doing the copy. 'dd' also understands reading and writing partial blocks. (IFF == if and only if). Don't use default blocksize. 'dd' will to the read, wait for complete and then do the write and wait for complete. In general you will have to wait for hard drive rotation between each op to get the correct location under the head. If you do small reads/writes - that is a lot of waiting. Good number to use is the size of a cylinder.

ie;

dd if=xxxx of=yyyy bs=10M

// xxxx = source device, yyyy = destination device. 10M is 10 megabytes per read/write

It is correct that dd is a sector-sector copy. You can use ntfscone, (sorry - Linux method only). These can be piped together, ie

ntfsclone --save-image -o - xxxx | ntfsclone --restore-image --overwrite yyyy

// Again, xxxx is source device, yyyy = destination device - don't mess them up.

// command is powerful, and unforgiving.

In either cases partitions must be set up first.

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After copying, you will need to use ntfsresize to expand the copied partition data to fill the actual partition size (it is possible to have a NTFS filesystem be smaller than the actual partition - legacy issues, filesystem size recorded in more than one location)

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Is the procces of replacing the HDD for an SSD different on the Scorpio edition, since it specifically mentioned in the 2nd post?

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There is no difference.

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Yes, the manual on IFIXIT is unfortunately full of errors, please note my comments, then the change should not be a problem

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Can we use a m.2 2tb drive? & is there a connector PCB that will go to the SATA port? And will that have better speeds than the SSD?

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You'd have to use a M.2 to SATA converter board, but yes, it's possible.

Both M.2 PCIe SSDs and 2.5" SSDs will have roughly the same speeds [dependent on drive specs], as both will still be using a SATA 3 interface, of which limits speed to a max of ~550MB/s

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M.2 PCIe SSDs can't just work over SATA. You need a SATA based M.2 SSD. The former won't work at all.

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Incorrect sir. An adapter or pc wise a o is card with mount would be one in the same.

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I moved mine to a Samsung 1TB SSD Evo drive which had cost me $450 when I bought it; probably not the most affordable option lol

I used the guides here to take it apart and what not;

And then used Clonezilla to do a direct clone bit to bit over and its insanely faster then any other xbox one x out there. My brothers brought over their xbox one s and x and couldnt even load up or in to games for up to a minute after I had already started playing lol

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mine is the scorpio edition

and i cant make the ssd works… anyone help? i using Mac os 10.14.3

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you need to clone the hdd to the sdd , Microsoft have a weird way from what i can understand because the hdd have 5 sector so you need a software that will clone each sector

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Please use the XBOX HDD Master Tool from GBA TEMP, follow the instructions, update the XBOX about the recovery with the OSU file, then it will work again

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links to GBA Temp don't seem to work. xboxonehdd-master-5.zip not found

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mitchell de waard さん、ありがとうございました!
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