As long as they still use standard sata2 hard drives . You'll have to use a flash drive with the firmware as well. I'd do it if it weren't for the cost.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 21/12/2011
SSD are Solid State Drives , meaning there in no magnetic spinning... less time spent gathering info from the drive as a SSD does not have to "seek" information...
3 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 01/03/2013
No. Only the official Microsoft drive can be used; or certain specific models of laptop hard drives if you want to change the drive 's formatting. There are no SSD models supported.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 21/05/2011
No, when you put in the new drive it will ask you to format it (it is required) and then you can play. But you wont be able to go online until its on the latest firmware.
1 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 04/07/2013