Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
After initial start-up and after the reading of the game disc the system freezes and displays "Please wait. Reading storage device". I have never used a storage card/device to save a game or to transfer a game from another unit. I have tried re-starting, unpluging, and crying...but nothing seems to work. Any ideas out there?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: storage device not found
Saving a game requires you to have a Hard drive or memory card did you purchase the premium edition xbox 360? you can look on the outside of the xbox 360 box it will give the specs and what came with the system. If the hard drive is not on the list then you will need to buy one the xbox doesn't come with any internal memory like the systems in the past have. you will need to purchase a HD or a memory card. If you have the premium edition let me know ill instruct on how to set it up.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
SOURCE: storage device not found
The hard disc drive on the top is probably knocked out of place. It says HDD on it.#1 hold in the small button on the top.#2 Pull off the HDD.#3 Under neath the HDD There are instructions for getting it back on
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
make sure it is fully plugged in and go into settings and then memory and make sure it pops up and then select it if not maybe halo needs a hard drive but i dont think but if it doesnt pop up in memory then its probably a faulty memory stick
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Posted on Jan 06, 2009
This sound like your hard drive took a ****. But before we count out the Hard drive your BIOS battery may have just died. If your warrenty is still vallid then maybe XBOX can help but if it is out then try replaceing the BIOS battery first. This would be the cheapest way. If you are uncertain what the bios battery looks like it is a flat battery that is about the size of a quarter. After you have replaced the battery and there is still no change then the next thing I would recomend is replaceing you hard drive.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Have you used the usb port on the back of your console, not the one on the front? if this is not the case, the best place to go is www.xbox.com/support or ring on 0800 587 1102 for more info.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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