Updating xbox hard drive
• Recovering your console or changing your account information within the service (please go to to change security settings with your LIVE ID) Matchmaking is online and have no problems to report at this time.
Xbox LIVE server itself is online and have no problems to report at this time.
It seems like their servers must be overloaded with too many people trying to download the update at once.
Let's hope they don't do an Apple, and screw over all the original Xbox 360 owners with a new OS that slows down the machine to a point where it's unusable, and therefore, force us all to purchase a newer model.
then turn it on, and manually sign in then when the update popup comes select to download it and wah laa it should start downloading.
If you're experiencing Xbox LIVE service issues, it's because the old build (2.0.0XX) is conflicting with most entries in the service database.
If you wanted the high quality files, you'd need 75GB of HDD space.
But this new Xbox One X patch and the video file for Quantum Break using 178GB of the 1TB HDD space inside of the Xbox One X patch.
As of right now all I an getting is a white screen with the xbox 306 logo. It tried the same process on my 60GB and it worked on the first try also.
I try to download the update and it gives me a message telling me to check my xbox live connection, I know for sure its fine but it still wont let me update and keeps giving me the same message that the update failed. It keeps prompting the update and then when I hit "Yes, update now" it takes me to a black screen that says "Cant download the update.
If you are downloading something on another device that shares a connection with your Xbox, pause the download. To test your connection, open System Settings and slect Netwowrk Settings, Test Xbox Live Connection." I dont know what the problem is. I had the same problem with game updates, to solve this, go onto your memory, go on the hard drive and press Y.
Issues with Xbox LIVE End-User Security - Which prevent you from: • Changing internet-specific controls from your PC to the system itself using Windows LIVE Safety.
• Updating games that have been previously "patched" before the new dashboard build.Quantum Break's new Xbox One X patch is a huge 50GB, but with the additional patch that enabled 4K support, on top of the 102GB initial install, we're looking at a 178GB installation.