This tutorial will show you how to extract game demos from your Xbox 360 hard drive to your pc. You are going to need some way of connecting the 360’s hard drive to your computer, although quite expensive the Datel X-Sata is an easy way to do this - the X-Sata will allow you to keep the hard drive in your 360 then connect it via USB to your computer or laptop. You could also checkout the tutorial on how to get a free data migration kit from Microsoft, this will allow you to slot the hard drive out of your Xbox 360 and connect it to your computer. It doesn’t matter how you connect the drive to your pc as long as you do, the rest of this tutorial will be the same from then on. As the pc can’t read the Xbox’s XFAT file system when the drive is connected to your pc it will not show up in my computer, were going to use a program called Xplorer 360 to read the contents of the 360’s hard drive. You will need the version of Xplorer 360 that corresponds to the size of your drive. Xplorer 360 - 20gb Edition Download Xplorer 360 - 60gb Edition Download Xplorer 360 - 120gb Edition Download Xplorer 360 - 250gb Edition Download In Xplorer 360 go to Drive > Open > Hard drive or memory card. After a few seconds you should see three partitions appear, the partition with all the content on is partition 3, so open that and click on the content folder. You should now see a lot of folders made up of random letters and number, each of these folders contains the content a profile on your hard drive owns, for example save games. You should be able to see a folder called 0000000000000000 This contains all the shared content on the console, such as demos and game trailers. Now the easiest way to find the demo your after is to look at the “Date Modified” for each folder, chances are if you just downloaded the demo it should be the top of the list. Go through the folders until you come to a file with a random name made up of letters and numbers, this is the file you want to extract. (Another way to help you identify the correct demo is to look at how big the demo is on the 360 then if the demo you’re looking at in Xplorer360 is around this size you probably have the right one) To dump the demo right click, then select extract and save the demo somewhere on your computer. You will then be asked where to save the file The file will then dump to your pc After the file has extracted you can open it in wxPirs and it will tell you the title and description of the extracted demo, all been well you extracted the demo you were after. Download wx Pirs All you need to do now is recreate the folder structure of where you found the demo on your pc. For example: Content\0000000000000000\545187E3\00080000 You would put the game file: 0731541C733508CC90994B114C258F9B60744A6E54 you just extracted in the folder it was in on the 360, in this example that would be the 00080000 folder Now you can burn the content folder to a DVD and play it in a 360 that doesn’t have a hard drive.