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When I play battlefield 4 it asks me to download 2g worth of memory and when I press download it says this is not a hard drive but

I am using my built In hard drive but it says it is not a hard drive

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In battlefield 4 you need to download 2gigs to play on your/ONLY on your hard drive but when I press download it says the devise is not a hard drive


you need a harddrive for that I don't understand the reason for that when there are usb's that can go up to 64 GB

Dec 26, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Step 1: Inspect and clean your disc Take a close look at the bottom side of your game, movie, or music disc (the side without a label or image). Are there scratches? Excessive scratches or smudges can prevent your console from reading the disc. Clean your disc 1. Hold the disc by the edges without touching the top or bottom surfaces. 2. Using a soft, clean, slightly damp cloth, lightly wipe from the center of the disc outward. Note Do not use solvents to clean the disc. 3. Once the disc is clean, load the disc into your console and see if the disc plays. If the disc still does not play, try step 2. Step 2: Try other discs Try other discs to determine whether the problem happens with any disc or only with this particular disc. If multiple game discs, DVDs, or CDs will not play: 1. Make sure the media type and the disc region code are compatible with the console. 2. If the problem happens with several discs of different types (games, DVDs, and CDs), skip to “Step 7: Request a repair” below. If a specific game disc will not play: 1. Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base to determine if the game title has any known problems. 2. Make sure the media type and the disc region code are compatible with the console. If the disc you are using has a region code that is compatible with your console but you still cannot play the disc, try step 3. Step 3: Clear your system cache If your Xbox 360 console can’t play multiple game discs, try clearing your system cache. Here’s how: 1. On the console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings. 2. Select Memory. 3. Highlight any storage device, and then press Y on your controller. 4. Select Clear System Cache.
Note If Clear System Cache is not available, use the button sequence described in the following article: 971755 How to clear the Xbox 360 console cache 5. Try to play a game disc. If you still can’t play a game disc, try step 4. Step 4: Remove the hard drive If the problem only happens with game discs, let’s try temporarily removing your hard drive. If your Xbox 360 console does not have a hard drive, skip to step 5. 1. Turn off your console. 2. Locate the hard drive on your console. 3. Press the release button on the hard drive and lift the hard drive from the console. 4. Turn on your console. 5. Try to play a game disc.If this step resolves the problem, reattach the hard drive and contact Xbox support to order a replacement hard drive. If this step resolves the problem, reattach the hard drive and contact Xbox support to order a replacement hard drive. If you still can’t play game discs, try step 5. Step 5: Disconnect memory units 1. Turn off your console. 2. Unplug any memory units attached to your console. 3. Turn on your console. 4. Try playing a game. If this step resolves the problem, reattach the memory units and contact Xbox support to order a replacement memory unit.

on Feb 15, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Ea help Battlefield 4


It has to be one or the other it can not be both. The game will draw from whichever drive has the most memory.

I would suggest either erasing some of your games you have that you don't play or buying a new hard drive.

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Cant stay online


just with this EA game? or with other EA and non-EA games? if you just experience this with one specific game, try doing these: 1.) Try using another GamerTag. If you only experiencing this with one GamerTag, delete your Gamer Profile (make sure you delete, "Profile Only"), Recover GamerTag and after recovering it, Clear System Cache. To do so, go to your Memory menu, scroll to your Hard Drive (just highlight it, don't select it) then choose Device Options (press Y-Button). Restart your console. Play the game. Now, if you encounter this with another account or GamerTag, do # 2. 2.) Check your Hard Drive for any corrupted files. A corrupted file is indicated by a Yellow Triangle w/ an Exclamation Point in it. Make sure you check all the folders in your Hard Drive for that. Delete all corrupted files. If it is a Downloadable Content, you can redownload that content under Download History in your Account Management menu. After deleting the corrupted file/s, Clear System Cache, irregardless if you found any or no corrupted files. 3.) Check your NAT Type, if you are using a router. Your NAT Type should be Open. If you have Modern Warfare 2, try to do a online match, and it will say to you what NAT Type do you have. If you are going to have Moderate or Strict for your NAT Type, you need to open the gaming ports on your router.

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My xbox 360 will not read games it says open tray or play dvd how can i fix it


Clear the system cache:
1. On the console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings.
2. Select Memory.
3. Highlight any storage device, and then press Y on your controller.
4. Select Clear System Cache. If Clear System Cache is not available, use the following controller button sequence to clear the system cache: X, X, left bumper,right bumper, X, X Note If you don't see a system maintenance prompt on the screen, try pressing the button sequence again.

Try playing discs without the hard drive in:
1. Turn off your console.
2. Locate the hard drive on your console.
Press the release button on the hard drive and lift the hard drive from the console.
Turn on your console.
3. Try to play a game disc.

If this resolves the problem, you will need to replace the hard drive.If not, do the same thing for your memory units. If it works without them, the they may be bad.

Apr 06, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I cant get my xbox to play any disks, i says 'reading' and then asks me to open the tray and very rarely reconises that there is a disk of any sort in there! ive tried cleaning the lens but that doesnt...


Clear the system cache:
1. On the console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings.
2. Select Memory.
3. Highlight any storage device, and then press Y on your controller.
4. Select Clear System Cache. If Clear System Cache is not available, use the following controller button sequence to clear the system cache: X, X, left bumper,right bumper, X, X Note If you don't see a system maintenance prompt on the screen, try pressing the button sequence again.

Try playing discs without the hard drive in:
1. Turn off your console.
2. Locate the hard drive on your console.
Press the release button on the hard drive and lift the hard drive from the console.
Turn on your console.
3. Try to play a game disc.

If this resolves the problem, you will need to replace the hard drive.If not, do the same thing for your memory units. If it works without them, the they may be bad.

Apr 02, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My 360 only plays cds or dvd s wont play games please advise


Step 1: Inspect and clean your disc Take a close look at the bottom side of your game, movie, or music disc (the side without a label or image). Are there scratches? Excessive scratches or smudges can prevent your console from reading the disc. Clean your disc 1. Hold the disc by the edges without touching the top or bottom surfaces. 2. Using a soft, clean, slightly damp cloth, lightly wipe from the center of the disc outward. Note Do not use solvents to clean the disc. 3. Once the disc is clean, load the disc into your console and see if the disc plays. If the disc still does not play, try step 2. Step 2: Try other discs Try other discs to determine whether the problem happens with any disc or only with this particular disc. If multiple game discs, DVDs, or CDs will not play: 1. Make sure the media type and the disc region code are compatible with the console. 2. If the problem happens with several discs of different types (games, DVDs, and CDs), skip to “Step 7: Request a repair” below. If a specific game disc will not play: 1. Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base to determine if the game title has any known problems. 2. Make sure the media type and the disc region code are compatible with the console. If the disc you are using has a region code that is compatible with your console but you still cannot play the disc, try step 3. Step 3: Clear your system cache If your Xbox 360 console can’t play multiple game discs, try clearing your system cache. Here’s how: 1. On the console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings. 2. Select Memory. 3. Highlight any storage device, and then press Y on your controller. 4. Select Clear System Cache.
Note If Clear System Cache is not available, use the button sequence described in the following article: 971755 How to clear the Xbox 360 console cache 5. Try to play a game disc. If you still can’t play a game disc, try step 4. Step 4: Remove the hard drive If the problem only happens with game discs, let’s try temporarily removing your hard drive. If your Xbox 360 console does not have a hard drive, skip to step 5. 1. Turn off your console. 2. Locate the hard drive on your console. 3. Press the release button on the hard drive and lift the hard drive from the console. 4. Turn on your console. 5. Try to play a game disc.If this step resolves the problem, reattach the hard drive and contact Xbox support to order a replacement hard drive. If this step resolves the problem, reattach the hard drive and contact Xbox support to order a replacement hard drive. If you still can’t play game discs, try step 5. Step 5: Disconnect memory units 1. Turn off your console. 2. Unplug any memory units attached to your console. 3. Turn on your console. 4. Try playing a game. If this step resolves the problem, reattach the memory units and contact Xbox support to order a replacement memory unit.

Feb 15, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Wont allow me to install battlefield collection


For xbox 360 games, you don't need to install them to play them. If you still want to install it onto your hard drive, make sure you have enough memory left as it can take a couple of Gb to install. if that don't work, your disk is probably damaged in some way, so take it back to the retailers you bought it from if it's still in warranty.

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Sandisk m2 2g card got currupted.....


format it on the PC with FAT16 type file format

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Sandisk m2 2g card currupted


the write is corrupted..myt due be due to some hardware error..!!

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