Updating adress on 360
The Xbox 360 system software includes built in software emulation support for the original Xbox game system.
Software emulation is achieved with downloadable emulation profiles, which require a hard drive.
More specifically, it only supports playback of DVR-MS, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and WMV videos.
Every Xbox 360 can play DVD movies out of the box using the built-in DVD drive, with no additional parts necessary, although the user may control everything with an optional remote.
While the Xbox 360 console is primarily designed to play games just like other video game consoles, it can be used as a media player too.
The Xbox 360 system software or the Xbox 360 Dashboard is the updateable software and operating system for the Xbox 360. However, starting with the NXE Update, more storage became a requirement, rectified by either having a Hard Drive installed, or one of the later revisions of the console with adequate flash storage embedded within the console.
The system software has access to a maximum of 32 MB of the system's memory, otherwise, known as Random Access Memory.
Similar to the Play Station 3 from Sony, Xbox 360 has media center capabilities built in, so it is relatively easy to set up.
With the Xbox 360 users can also copy videos directly to the hard drive, or play via a USB stick. The first is to download videos from the Xbox Live Marketplace.