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11/23/2008 5:01:44 AM
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Don't Download Halo 3 to Hard-Drive?

I thought I read Bungie saying somewhere not to download the game to the hard-drive in NXE because it won't work as well and they would give more information soon. AM I imagining this? Because I can't find where they said it anymore. Could I be mistking them for another company? I feel senile.
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  • I did it anyway and then had to delete it right away anyway because I was left with only 0.7 GB on my hard drive :( I need to upgrade from my 20 GB.
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  • [url=http://www.bungie.net/Forums/topics.aspx?forumID=105242]Halo 3 Forum[/url]
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  • [url=http://www.bungie.net/News/Blog.aspx?mode=news#cid16252]Here is the Bungie Blog entry[/url] explaining it. Basically, installing Halo 3 to your HDD will do more harm than good, and should be avoided. Edit: Darn. [Edited on 11.22.2008 9:08 PM PST]
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  • [url=http://www.bungie.net/News/content.aspx?type=news&cid=16252]DON'T DO IT! Say's Bungie[/url] Tests have been done and it shows that when you install Halo 3 onto your HDD it will actually load the maps slower. Read on to find out why.
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