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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
Sorry, the Red Button won't work, but you can map the A button on the Comcast remote instead. It's almost the same thing... Your fingers will barely know the difference.
1. Press the Aux button at the top of the remote.
2. Hold the Setup button until the Aux button flashes twice.
3. Enter 994 on the keypad. The Aux button will flash twice again.
4. Now push the Setup button once. Enter 00001.
Finally, push the A button The Aux button will flash twice. You now have the A / Select / OK / Green button mapped on the Xbox360.
--If you want to switch the A button back to default, just do the same sequence but this time push the A button twice.--
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
i had this before a few times, nt sure if it will work 4 u guys. when this happens what i done was that
i got my xbox (no disc inside it)
turned it on horizontal
made the console vertical (whilst still running)
and then back to horizontal again (whilst still running)
then turn it off
turn it on again, stick any game in and it should work. thats what i done when mine got broke. best of luck. if it doesn't work, take it Microsoft.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Depending on when (and in what country) you bought your Xbox 360, you may just have a busted hard drive. Earlier generations are particularly difficult which is why Microsoft extended the "hardware failure" portion of the warranty.
If this is happening to multiple games you should be sure you are cleaning the discs very well with a fine linen cloth or something that will not scratch it. Remove all the debris from the disc and don't leave them in the sun or near sources of heat. Also you may want to get a can of air and spray out any dust that may be collecting inside the tray/lens inside the xbox.
If this is only happening to this one game, perhaps you have a corrupt file on the hard drive. Try deleting anything related to Call of Duty World at War from the memory and then putting the disc in.
Posted on May 27, 2009
You will get this error when your laser is in need of replacing. The other message you will get is open tray. If your system will play regular movie dvd's but not games then replace the laser. You can find them pretty cheap on ebay.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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If you receive a connection error, try using the Xbox LIVE Connect Solution.
If her system says that she needs an update then likely her connection should be getting to Live. You might need to clear her cache first and then try the steps above. Here is how you will clear your cache:
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