Hello friends, Here's the story: I've been trying to get my gamesaves off an old 20 GB Xbox 360 hard drive which wasn't being detected anymore by the 360. I've gotten ahold of a new 60 GB drive, it's formatted and ready to go. The 360 transfer cable wouldn't see the old 20 GB drive either, so I cracked the case and hooked it up to a SATA to USB reader, and plugged that into my laptop (runs Windows 7) and fired up Xport 360 version 2.12 to make a complete image backup. I'm only really concerned about getting my saves, everything else I can really just re-download, so I extracted the Content folder from partition 3 (also in Xport). I then used the transfer cable to plug my 60 GB drive into my laptop, and set UAC to off so I can drag and drop the Content folder onto partition 3. It looks to copy over, but upon viewing the "completed" list there are many games missing. I did a little bit of Googling and found the post 'XBOX 360 Xport 360 Problem' by user ttcole1254 (it doesn't seem to want to allow me to link to it). The author had stumbled upon a bug when more than 63 files were copied over, which is exactly the number of folders it allows me to transfer individually before hanging and then clearing all of them. The solution offered in the thread was to use Xplorer360 250GB edition, but came with a disclaimer that said not to use it with any other size drive as it risked data corruption/loss. Is there another work around? One thought I had was to delete the folders listed in Xport as empty, as that might bring my games total to 63 and under. Are those folders marked as empty safe to erase? Thanks in advance for any insight!