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How To Open An Xbox 360. List of songs in Guitar Hero II. There are 64 songs total in the PlayStation 2 version while there are 74 songs total for the later Xbox 360 version.

List of songs in Guitar Hero II

The Xbox 360 version adds an additional 24 downloadable songs via Xbox Live Marketplace, bringing the total to 98 songs.[2][3] Game disc songs[edit] Main setlist[edit] There are 40 songs in the main Career mode for the PlayStation 2 version, and 48 songs in the Xbox 360 version.[4][5] Songs are organized by tiers that are related to the song's difficulty, and there are differences between the PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 ordering due to the extra songs.[4] Each tier at a given difficulty is unlocked in order, and a tier is completed once three to five songs (depending on the difficulty level) and the tier's encore song are successfully completed.[6] Once a song is unlocked in a tier at any difficulty, it is available for the quick play, competitive, and co-operative modes.[6] ^a Song has a rhythm guitar track instead of a bass guitar co-operative play track.

Bonus songs[edit] Connect360. Introducing Connect360 Your Xbox 360 is capable of playing back your music and videos and viewing your digital photos. With Connect360, your Mac's ready to share. Connect360 automatically indexes your iTunes and iPhoto libraries and shares them to your Xbox 360. You can then use the Xbox 360 Dashboard to browse and play your media, organized in the exact same way that it is on your Mac. iTunes, smart You can browse and play your iTunes music by song, artist, album, genre or playlist. Xbox 360: Three red lights flash on the Ring of... Three flashing red lights means that the Xbox 360 console or its power supply has a hardware problem.

Xbox 360: Three red lights flash on the Ring of...

To find out if the problem is with your console or the Xbox 360 power supply, check your power supply light. Here's how: Solution 1: Check your power supply cables Unplug and reconnect your power supply. Here's how: Disconnect the power cord from the back of your console. Reconnect the power cord to the back of your console. Make sure that all three power supply connections are firmly connected. Green power supply light: If your console has three flashing red lights and a green power supply light, your console needs to be repaired. If your console has four flashing red lights, make sure an Xbox 360 A/V cable is connected to the A/V port on the back of the console. Red, orange, or unlit power supply light: Try the next solution. Solution 2: Try an outlet in a different room Check the light on the power supply: Green power supply light: Green means the power supply is working.

Yes No. Support. Xbox 360: How to transfer data from an Xbox 360... See how to transfer content If you've purchased a new Xbox 360 console, you can transfer everything — games, videos, music, saved games, gamertags, and even your hard-won achievements — to your new console!

Xbox 360: How to transfer data from an Xbox 360...

Note If you need to move only a small amount of content (32 GB or less), you can use a USB storage device to move the content to your new console. Find out more about using a USB storage device. The Xbox 360 Transfer Cable can be purchased online from the Microsoft Store or from a local game retailer. Important Use only the Xbox 360 Transfer Cable to move your content.

To transfer content to your new console, you need the transfer cable and the latest console software. Once you have the latest console software and an Xbox 360 Transfer Cable, you're ready to transfer content. Mac to Xbox 360 with Connect 360. It came to my attention the other day that many Xbox360 owners who predominately use Macintosh computers in their household aren’t aware of a little piece of software that brilliantly links up an Xbox 360 and any form of Mac computer with networking capabilities.

Mac to Xbox 360 with Connect 360

For those who aren’t quite sure what I’m talking about, the Xbox 360 allows you to connect to a Windows XP or Media Centre PC (only), giving you the freedom of streaming music, photos and even movies directly to your console. Unfortunately for us Mac owners, we’re not even given a second look by Microsoft on this one. But that’s where Connect 360 comes in. What is Connect 360? Connect 360 was developed by Nullriver Software, who also happen to develop a wider range of products that enhance connectivity and compatibility between other products not previously supported by their manufacturers to work with the Macintosh platform—for example, PSPWare, which allows a stable connection between your Sony PSP and your iMac.

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