How can I transfer my XBOX 360 minecraft worlds without the xbox itself.

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  1. klaud

    klaud New Member

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    Okay so I will need quite a bit of help for this. Recently I have found my old Xbox 360 hard drive which has a lot of nostalgic worlds for Minecraft on and I want to get them to my pc so I could experience these worlds again. (these worlds are about 7-6 years old).
    I've connected the hard drive to my pc , I can feel it spinning however I don't see it in the Devices and Drives section of "My pc".
    I've made sure all the cables are connected and booted into my bios, my motherboard recognises it so I go back into windows and still nothing.
    I open device manager and I see it in there, the problem is I don't see it anywhere and can't access the files.
    I've went into disk managment and noticed the disk was set as offline , I put it to offline and still nothing, it has all of its space unallocated which is expected but I don't want to mess with it incase it formats the drive and I lose everything.
    What could I do?
    How can I make the drive visible and access the files?

    What I was thinking if its possible to emulate the operating system of the xbox 360 on my pc and somehow access the files through there.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.