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Starting just got a xbox how do you start a game

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    S203celest May 11, 2010

    do you have the old xbm user interface or the new xbm user interface. with the new ver. you need to locate the tab that says my xbox and scroll to your game.

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Xbox 360?
you open the disc tray by pressing the eject button directly above the tray, insert the disc and then close the disc in the same manner. if the game does not automatically start up then you will be required to go to the row that says My Xbox and the very first tab should say the game you have entered. you play it by pressing A

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Xbox one games wont start


check that all requires software is installed. Is the graphics card driver updated to latest version? Does your machine meet the minimum required spec.
Is directX installed. How about flash and quicktime and also shockwave. You are almost certainly missing a fundamental necessity if all games are not starting

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My xbox 360, has a problem i put in a new clean disk(game) into the xbox . it is a xbox 360 game and every time i put in a new clean disk the xbox says (open tray)


The XBox 360 is a wonderful video game console, however, with heavy usage, the laser (and/or other components in the drive) will eventually burn out.

The first signs of the laser starting to burn out is that your game will start freezing during game play. Eventually the games will stop reading altogether and you will get an "OPEN TRAY" message when you put a disc in and close the tray. What this means is that the XBox 360 thinks that there is no disc in the system.

If you click into the following U.S. based website, you can find more information about this issue, the parts to fix it yourself and you can also send your XBox 360 to them to have it repaired:

http://store.richspsxparts.com/howtofixxb36.html

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Jun 21, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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How long does it take to start up a game? I have


Load times don't usually exceed more than a couple of minutes. Try restarting your Xbox and try playing the game again.

Mar 27, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Console

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How do i get my xbox 360 to play original xbox games??


If the Xbox 360 is compatible with the game, it should start up as it would normally. To see if a game can be played on the Xbox 360, check out this list: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Xbox_games_compatible_with_Xbox_360
If you're searching for a specific game, use Ctrl+F and type in the game's title.

Feb 07, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I can not play my xbox game and the game is not and xbox 360 game it is for the first xbox made. It keeps saying i need to down load it but i can't down laod it


it means it needs to download a iso to start it up on xbox360 connete to live and start the game if that dont work the title is not supported by the 360

Dec 08, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Console

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The xbox will let me start playing the game but soon after it'll tell me to take the disk out and clean it but there is nothing wrong with the disk


Eye is either broken, dirty or needs replacing. Is it the same game or does it happen to all? If it's just one game, it's the game. All xbox games are dual layered; the first may be messed up.

May 12, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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lol **** xbox live what do they know... it halo dude// i fix this by Starting a game[any game] but for halo start it then go to a xbox live match making. as it is searching for a game a wait say a minute or two and then hit the middle button and sign out [while its still searching] and it will drop you to the start match screnn and then sign in again to xbox live then start a game

Jul 02, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox will not load a particular saved game


your xbox hardrive may be full...check to see that you have space on it...it could also be that you have too many Farcry2 games saved on it...if you have multiple games saved, try erasing one that you dont need

Jun 21, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Message saying put disc into xbox 360


1. Turn off your XBox and unplug all cables from the console and the wall, including a wireless adaptor if you have one.

2. Clean off your game discs using a non-scratch cloth.

3. If your game discs are already scratched, you can most likely take them to a video game store, such as EB Games, and get it cleaned for a small fee.

4. Plug your cables back in, except for the wireless adaptor or network cable (ie. don't connect to the internet).

5. Start up one of your games and see if it loads.

6. If it loads, turn off your XBox, and connect to the internet.

7. If it still does not load, it may be a disc drive problem in which case, contact Microsoft XBox 360 support at: www.xbox.com

Dec 28, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox problem


the best thing to do when that happens is leave your xbox off for 24 hours with every thing unpluged it worked for me dont know about you but any questions gamertag Bp3ghunglow987

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