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Yes, you can use the command dd for that, which is available on all unix operating systems. it makes an exact copy of the stick. See this answer on apple.stackexchange.com for details, here is an excerpt though: Run diskutil to find the path of your USB drive Run dd to clone the drive: sudo dd if=/dev/disk0 of=/dev/disk2 bs=128m conv=noerror,sync Please ...


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Damage dealt is the primary source of xp, damage dealt to higher tier tanks even more so. If you can damage enemy tanks, especially high tier enemies, you'll get xp. If you can't damage enemies, the next best bet, especially in a tier four light is to assist allies in doing damage. The two ways to do this and get credit are to track enemies that recieve ...


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Even though there a ton of references to the first game in the second one, there is no information from game 1 that you need to understand game 2. You play with a different horseman (death) and your quest is about finding out wtf happened to war (the horseman from 1). I would recommend playing the first one first, because it's awesome and it will give you ...


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It's actually very easy to work around this. You simply need to press your joystick up (as if you were moving forward) and repeatedly hit A. Then you get on the helicopter in no time.


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Your best option is to obtain another memory stick (a normal USB stick should do). Then plug both into the same Xbox and use the storage function on the console to move items from the bad stick to the new stick, hopefully salvaging as much as possible. The disks are formatted with a special file system as soon as you opt to use them with your Xbox 360 so ...



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