I'm making this Blog so i don't have to email or PM anyone these instructions anymore. I can just link them to this and all their questions should be answered.
This is my Tutorial. This was made from my experiences with these programs.
Alright here's the programs you need. One is Xplorer360 Another is Xport 360 and finally Xploder Resigner.
Xport 360 is what you use to backup you memory card or hard drive to your computer and restore the image to the hard drive or memory card..
Xplorer360 is what you use to move the files from/to the image (your backup)
Xploder Resigner is what you resign the Roster file with so that it works with your profile.
Install and the use them like this.
Open Xport 360 and then select your 360 memory card/hard drive then select from the top HDD/MC and then "Backup To Image". Then "Backup Entire Image" and finally select "Copy". Let it finish and then move on to the next step.
Extracting Your Profile To Be Used With Resigner:
Open Xplorer360 then select "Drive" - "Open" - Image and find the image (Should be in My Documents - X360 and should be named "Newest" if you didn't change the name) then select image. It will open it up then you select a Partition and find your Save files (Just go through the folders until you find something like with the name of the game you are wanting to Resign, e.g. Madden, NBA 2k10, GTA). Remember This Folder So That You Don't Have To Search Again When You Go To Insert The New File. Select The Profile of the game (for the Save file you want to change) then select "Edit" - "Extract". Close Xplorer 360. - Xplorer 360 may come up with an error after its closed but don't worry its perfectly fine and is nothing to worry about.-
Extracting The Roster From a .z36 file or .Bin File.
If the file you downloaded is a .z36 do this next step.
Open Xport 360 and select "Open" - "Image". Then find the file that you downloaded. This will decompress the file so that it is a .bin file rather than a .z36 file.
Now that you have a .bin file close Xport 360 and then open Xplorer360 again. Once Xplorer360 opens click "Drive" - "Open" - "Image" and find the .bin file that was just decompressed or that you downloaded and then open it. Look through the folders and find the Save File, e.g. NBA 2k Roster, Madden Roster. After you find it select it and then hit "Edit"- "Extract". Close Xplorer360
Resigning Your Save Files:
Run the program Xploder Resigner.
You have to register at http://gamecheats.xploder.net/forumhome.php
This process is free.
Once you get username and password Open Xploder Resigner. Enter your username and password and then Login.
Now click "Open". Search for the Profile (wherever you Extracted it) then open it. Check the three boxes on the Right (Profile ID, Device ID, Console ID). Then press the "Save ID's" tab. Then press "Rehash". Then press "Save ID's" again. Now open the Save File (whatever you want to resign). Press the "Load ID's" tab then Press "Rehash" and Finally "Resign". Now close Xploder Resigner. What this just did was make the file compatible with your Profile.
Inserting The Files You've Resigned:
Open Xplorer360 then select "Drive" - "Open" - Image and find the "Backup Image Of Your Memory Card/Hard Drive e.g. Newest" (Should be in My Documents - X360) then select image. Locate the Game Folder with your files again (The one i told you to remember). Right Click on the side with the files and select "Insert File" and then find the Save File you just Resigned and select it. After its Inserted Close Xplorer360.
Put The Files Back On The Memory Card Or Hard Drive:
Now open Xport 360 and select HDD/MC and then select "Restore From Image". Select your "backup image i.e. Newest" and then let it restore it to the memory card/Hard Drive. Now just plug it back into your Xbox 360 and have fun.
I would put my Profiles that i extracted in the same folder with my Resigner so that i can keep them in a place where i know where they are. That way i don't have to extract them again the next time i find a Roster or Save File i want to Resign.
I am not responsible for any loss of Data or Data Corruption to your Storage Device. If you fellow the steps i've mapped out for you then everything should be just fine.