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Is it worth occasionally clearing the 360 cache?

RabidredneckRabidredneck Registered User
It's not giving me any issues or such, but there are a lot of games I dont have anymore that still have the updates on there. Is it worth clearing it out and dloading the updates for the games I have, or should I not break what isn't broken?

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  • JHunzJHunz Registered User regular
    edited April 2011
    Actually, it only keeps cached a certain number of game updates at a time (I think it's your five most recently played). That's why you have to re-download them if you switch games a lot.

    I think the only reason to clear your cache is if you're having problems with your Xbox and you're doing general troubleshooting.

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