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Extracting DLC songs from Xbox 360 hard drive


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I've been playing Rocksmith on an old Xbox 360 for years but lately it's been reporting a lot of false errors, mostly when I'm playing chords - even if the chord doesn't change and I'm just strumming, it says I'm making errors. The problem has been getting worse as time goes by, as has the audio lag. I tried the Mac version from Steam and the experience is way better - it only tells me I've made a mistake when I've actually made a mistake! So I've decided to junk the Xbox (Rocksmith was the only thing I used it for) but don't want to lose all the DLC songs I've already paid for.

 

To try to recover the songs, I removed the hard drive from the Xbox and plugged it into a spare SATA port and power supply on my PC (not my Mac). I then downloaded FATXplorer (https://fatxplorer.eaton-works.com/download/) which can read the Xbox's FAT format, and which lists all the songs I bought, amongst other things. I'm now able to extract the songs and copy them to my Mac, where I've been trying to convert them to Mac format, but nothing I've tried works. Is this possible to do? Any help would be appreciated and I can upload a sample extracted song, if required.

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@RadionBarfe  Here is Ubi's official position on transferring content to a different platform.  The official content does not transfer.  So we should not discuss this further on CF.  For your reference as a new user, have a look here at the CF rules

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