It is also possible to remove the patch if you ever feel the need to. To do this, first open the \"System\" blade in the Xbox 360 dashboard, then go to memory, and press Y on the hard drive to open the \"Device Options\" menu. Then press the following sequence of buttons: X, X, Left Bumper (LB), Right Bumper (RB), X, X. You will be asked if you want to perform maintenance on your hard drive and delete all patches. Choose yes. To later reinstall the patch, just get onto Xbox LIVE again. However, if you had downloaded additional content that relied on the patch, loading a save game may cause your game to crash (particularly true if The Shivering Isles is installed), or will at least reset the plug-in content, causing you to lose any equipment you may have obtained from the plug-in.
Xbox 360 game saves can be transferred to a PC (running Windows 98 or later) fairly easily since the April 2010 system update, which grants the ability to transfer save games to a generic USB memory stick in a partially encrypted form. The only hardware required to transfer saves is a USB memory stick with a capacity equal to or greater than 1GB, as anything under that is not supported by the Xbox 360. A walkthrough of the Modio method can be found here. 
Transferring PC game saves to the Xbox 360 is possible, however the PC save MUST NOT MAKE USE OF ANY USER CREATED CONTENT e.g. If your character is a vanilla dremora via plug-in then the xbox version will accept it because it has the Dremora components but if the save contains any content that was not part of the vanilla game then upon loading the xbox will crash (freeze).
You may find that if you are using a different console than the one you originally downloaded the plug-ins on, that you will be unable to use them when playing while offline, this is because the licenses for the plug-ins are associated with your old console and need to be migrated to your new one. To rectify this and be able to use the content offline visit www.xbox.com and follow the \"license transfer\" process in the support section.
There's honestly a lot of misinformation in this thread. You can't mod Skyrim on your PS3 in a similar manner to the PC without jail-breaking it (which you don't want to ever do), and even if you did, you open both your game saves and PS3 to a myriad of unsolvable issues. It's not even close to worth it for mods that likely won't work anyway.
Now, what people have been discussing in this thread is a bit different. Some people download \"modded\" Skyrim save files from the internet and just add them to their PS3 with a USB stick. All that these generally consist of are a few additional sets of armor/weapons already in the game. You have no ability to actually \"mod\" anything yourself, it's like what would happen if you saved your Skyrim file to a USB stick and traded with a friend for theirs. If you want to have control over what the file contains you would need Skyrim on the PC anyway: people take a PS3 save, convert it to PC, edit it, and then convert it back. During these conversions there are a lot of opportunities for screw-ups that waste the whole process.
I happen to have a list of 22 pre modded gamesaves that can be played on the ps3 after a simple action using a flashdrive/USB device to move them from the PC to ps3 (I have no association with these mods nor their developers) xD but no .. seriously email@example.com request trough email, i'd be willing to share a link to all 22 no jailbreak bs .. PS. unless gamesaves are resigned your unable to save and earn trophies .. but I also have the ability to resign them using a copy of your current save.
Because when you have played through it with every race and done every quest in every possible way, it gets pretty fucking boring. That's why many games were given DLCs and new content updates. In addition to that, there's a plethora of fun ideas that the developers don't add in, and that's where modders come in. Modding =/= hacking or cheating. It's just adding new stuff to make the game more fun. The flying and animated wing mods for skyrim look like some pretty cool shit imo.
Modding games for game consoles is extremely difficult. However, Horizon is a tool for Windows that allows you to load modded Skyrim save files to your Xbox 360 user profile. These modded save files give you increased items, stats, weapons, and more. This wikiHow teaches you how to transfer modded Skyrim save files to your Xbox 360.
Yes, but with some conditions. Existing save games from the original PC game will work in the PC version of Skyrim Special Edition. Simply copy your old saves from My Games/Skyrim to My Games/Skyrim Special Edition.
If you already own The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and are thinking of trying Skyrim Special Edition, you may have questions about how the improved version of Bethesda's RPG will work in terms of mods, saved games, and most importantly, modded saved games.
\"Only use original saves that have never been used with mods. Do not use your original saved game if this error appears when you load it in Skyrim Special Edition: This save relies on content that is no longer present.\"
Recently, I received an e-mail from someone (who I decided should remain anonymous here), asking if there was a way to resign game saves on the Xbox 360 as easy as the PS3 with no modding required.I'm glad he/she asked, because just a few days ago I had to resign a Lost Planet 2 game save on the Xbox 360. But yes, resigning game saves on the Xbox 360 is just as easy if not easier than the PS3.So here's how you do it:Requirements:Game save you wish to resignGame save of your own from your own console and profileUSB stick/drive (configured to Xbox 360 specifications)HorizonPC with Windows XP, 7 or 8 STEP 1: Format/Customize USB stick in Xbox 360 and copy a game save to itThe first thing you will need to accomplish is to configure your USB stick in order for the Xbox 360 to read and write files to it. This can be easily done by inserting a USB stick in your Xbox 360, going to System > Storage, select the USB stick and select \"Configure Now\".When it's done configuring, copy any of your own game save to the USB stick from your profile. It doesn't have to be from same game as the one you're trying to resign.STEP 2: Obtain game save you wish to resignYou will now need the game save you wish to resign. For this guide, I'll be using a Lost Planet 2 100% save I downloaded from a gaming forums.The game save has to be a complete game save and not a character save. If you want to learn how to resign character saves, go down to the section labeled \"How to Resign Character Saves\".Put the game save somewhere you can remember.STEP 3: Download HorizonHorizon is a tool set for working with Xbox 360 configured USB devices. It has a built-in save resigner tool and that's what makes it important and crucial for this guide.You can download Horizon here. It is freeware.Once downloaded, run the installer to install the program. Do not launch it yet.STEP 4: Resign game save with HorizonPlug in your USB stick to your PC and then run Horizon. Proceed to update the software if necessary.When it opens, click on the \"Tools\" tab and then click \"Package Manager\". It should launch a new Package Manager window.Click the blue \"Open\" button and select the game save file you wish to resign.Click the \"Device Explorer\" tab on the right. It should spring load the explorer window with your USB stick contents.Go to \"Games\" > \"Your Game Name\" > \"Your Game Name Save\", like below:Double click the game save to open it up. It should launch another Package Manger window. Your screen should now look something like this:Now, what you want to do is to copy the \"Profile ID\" of the game save from your USB stick and paste it to the \"Profile ID\" of the game save you want to resign.Leave the \"Console ID\" and \"Device ID\" alone and do not copy it over.Once that's all done, click the red button labeled \"Save, Hash, and Resign\".Now, click on \"Save to Device\" and select your flash drive. Click \"Yes\" to the confirmation dialog.All done!STEP 4: Final momentsRemove your USB stick from your PC and plug it back into your Xbox 360.You can either now just play your game and launch the game save directly from the USB stick or copy it back into your Memory Unit or HDD.How to Resign Character SavesSometimes you may encounter or want to resign a character save rather than a complete game save. Character saves are usually labeled as SaveGame.sav while complete saves are Save0001.sav.What you want to do here is to create and save a dummy character in your game, copy it over to your USB stick, then open the game save in Horizon.Click the \"Contents\" tab. Right click the \"Entry Name\" and select \"Replace\". Select the character save you downloaded/obtain.Don't forget to click \"Save, Hash and Resign\". Afterwards, you should be good to go.NEED HELPPlease post a comment directly in this post or send me an e-mail.Other Posts You May Like:How to Transfer Region on PS3 Game SavesHow to Resign PS3 Game Saves 1e1e36bf2d