A few days back after playing some Call of Duty WaW and Puzzle quest I was kicked outta live and signed out, pretty strange, so I go to sign back in under my gamertag and I can't, after looking about in my HDD turns out I have a corrupt profile, so I formated my HDD (not really bothered about saves to be honest) and went to recover my gamertag the usual way, i enter all my details, accept the license agreement it gets halfway through and I'm met with an error message and the error code 8007065B:0 saying make sure I am connected to the internet (which I am, ran Xbox Live test and everything was connected) and that the storage device is connected (which i know is for sure) everytime it stops at the same point, the agent on Xbox support was little help unfortunately and despite saying they would call me back they haven't, anyone had any luck in solving this incredibly frustrating problem?
Corrupt File (microsoft cant let you recover gamertag due to mods hacks and such) that is possibly what has happened. You downloaded a corrupt file and now microsoft has found something wrong. You can no only make a new gamertag and ask for free xbox live for compensation. (you might get it)
After you change your Xbox LIVE Gamertag, you experience one or more of the following symptoms:
The login process to Xbox LIVE fails
Xbox LIVE account recovery fails
You receive the following error code:
8007065b : 0
You can change your Xbox LIVE Gamertag by using the Xbox 360 console Account Management options. You might also change your Gamertag because of a forced name change.
Back to the topCAUSEThis problem may occur because the Gamertag change is not applied correctly to y...
This problem may occur because the Gamertag change is not applied correctly to your Xbox LIVE Account.
Back to the topTHINGS TO TRYSign out of the console with the Gamertag with which you are having problems.Res...
Sign out of the console with the Gamertag with which you are having problems.
Restart the console, and then try to sign in again by using the same Gamertag.
these steps do not resolve this issue, you must contact Xbox Customer
Support via telephone. For contact information in your region, please
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Re: Recovring gamertag problem
First make sure your on the dashboard,then go to test xbox live conection,once every thing has passed the test,dissconect your xbox from your modem,then reconect it,make sure ur WPA (web key) is entered correctly,then run the test again,if every thing conect's go back and recover your gamertag again. once you have performed this setup go back to the dashboard,go to system setting's,click into your HDD setting, once you have opened your HDD,press Y on your controler and you should see a sceen asking you if you want to clear the cash on your HDD,cash is only all your old updates saved to your HDD that are no longer needed,by clicking clear cash,you will delete all the old updates on your HDD and speed up your xbox 360 console,which should save you problems on your xbox 360 console in the future.
Your account was stolen. It was recovered on another xbox and they had changed the email for the account. Well, Most likely it was because u had a credit card on it. If you get fee's on your card. Reject the fee's... The account had to of been stolen
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Your friend's paid Xbox Live service is linked with her original gamertag. She should try recovering her original gamertag. To do this, go to the Xbox dashboard, press the guide button in the middle of the controller, and press X to sign out of whatever gamertag is currently signed in. You should then see the "Recover Gamertag" option appear on the screen.
you have to call windows live support and let them know that your email address may have been compromised and you need to either terminate it or have them walk you through what you have to do. do it quickly.
if this happening to you you need to recover the gamertag
1.make sure you are connected to the internet 2.logout/sign out other profiles in the console 3.press the guide button or the silver button in the middle of the controller 4.chose recover gamertag 5.enter the gamertag 6.enter the email and password ( email or windows live ID this is the email you use for the sign up of the gamertag)
You have to recover your gamertag for these arcade games to be played again, it's like an anti - piracy feature of the Xbox 360System not to allow data transfer wihtout prior notice. On your new Xbox 360 System:
• press the xbox guide button
• if your are signed in to your profile, you have to sign out first
• after signing out, press the Xbox guide button again and select recover gamertag
• on the next page, confirm on the prompt and follow the onscreen prompt to recover your gamertag
This should allow you to manage and play your downloaded Xbox Live Arcade Games.
Sorry, there isn't any way to transfer content from one gamertag to another. A license transfer will allow you to download and use content on your new console, but all of that content will still be tied to your original Gamertag.
See if your test connection is "open" if it is not then it is your provider and will have to change. Typically schools such as uiniversities block xboxlive because it takes up bandwidth.
Please post further detail about your problem, thanks.
Once you recover your gamertag for the first time, it is signed up for the IP address you signed up on.
In other words, he can only play using the gamertag at his friends house.
Theres a few options such as getting a wireless router for his home, but thats alot of money and time for a little subscription.
Alternatively, you can call the xbox support tam and ask them torelocate.
Hpe this helps, good luck