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Dropped xbox SYSTEM ERROR MESSAGE AND THEN WE UNPLUGGED IT AND IT CAME BACK ON. NOW THERE IS NO MEMORY OF HIS PROFILE OR ANYTHING SAVED.

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Kindly check if the memory or RAM is properly plug-in, turn off the xbox, remove the RAM, turn on the xbox and have the RAM back in its place once you see the start screen, if still not working, your RAM or memory is dead, you can buy a new one or have it repair if it still under warranty.

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I have the xbox hook up to my t.v. and they are saying i have to many profiles how do i get rid of the profiles that are on the xbox now


Go to:
>Settings (tab furthest to the right on the Dashboard)
>System
>Memory
>HDD (if that's where you save your gamer profiles; if not, choose one of the other options that may be listed to select your storage device)
>Gamer Profiles
From there, you can see exactly how many profiles you have and there should be an on-screen prompt that should tell you how to delete them (I think you have to hit Y).

**BE ADVISED**
Deleting your gamer profiles may result in the loss of saved game data and achievements linked to them unless the profiles are backed up in the Cloud via Xbox LIVE or on an external storage device.

I hope this helps you out.

Oct 20, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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My games arnt saving, and/or I'm not receiving any acheivements. " failed to right gamer profile settings. One possible reason is if you removed your xbox 360 memory unit. Changes to your profile...


this may be caused from copying files over to another gamertag in which you wouldnt get achievements now about not saving the memory may be full or the system itself is not detecting the drive for memory

Oct 10, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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1 red light on xbox 369


hi, here follows a possible solution from Microsoft support:
One light on the ring of light around the power button on your Xbox 360 console flashes red.
You might also see the following error message on your television screen or monitor: System Error. Contact Xbox Customer Support. This message is followed by an error code in the format of "Exx," where xx is a two-digit number.
Note If you see error code "E74" on your screen, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 941377 E74 error appears when you use your Xbox 360 console Back to the top
CAUSE A single flashing light might indicate a hardware failure on your Xbox 360 console. Back to the top
THINGS TO TRY Step 1: Disconnect and reconnect all cables a. Turn off your Xbox 360 console. b. Unplug all memory units, controllers, and accessories from your console. c. Unplug everything from the back of your console, including power and video cables. d. Unplug your power supply from the wall, and then unplug the short cord from the power brick. e. Plug everything back in. Make sure that you make all connections firmly.
f. Turn on your console. If the problem still occurs, go to step 2. Back to the top
Step 2: Remove the hard drive To see whether the problem involves the Xbox 360 Hard Drive, temporarily remove the hard disk unit. If your Xbox 360 console does not have a hard disk, go to step 3. To remove the Xbox 360 Hard Drive, follow these steps: a. Turn off the console. b. Locate the hard disk on your console.
c. Press the release button on the hard disk, and then lift the hard disk from the console.
d. Turn on your console. If these steps resolve the issue, reattach the hard disk to verify that the error occurs only when your Xbox 360 Hard Drive is connected. If this is true, contact Xbox customer support to order a replacement hard disk. To contact Xbox customer support, visit the following Web site: http://www.xbox.com/support/contact If this does not resolve your issue, go to step 3. Back to the top
Step 3: Disconnect any memory units a. Turn off your Xbox 360console. b. Unplug any memory units attached to your console. c. Turn on the console. If these steps resolve the issue, reattach the memory units to verify that the error occurs only when a memory unit is connected. If this is true, contact Xbox Customer Support to order a replacement memory unit. To contact Xbox Customer Support, visit the following Web site: http://www.xbox.com/support/contact If this does not resolve your issue, go to step 4. Back to the top
Step 4: Request a repair If the previous steps do not resolve your single flashing light issue, there are no additional troubleshooting steps and your Xbox 360 console must be repaired at our service center. https://myservice.xbox.com/it-it/Pages/welcome.aspx

Jul 31, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I keep getting the 80150010 error. We have tried all the recommendations. We have been at this since 5 ct. Please help. First time to sign up for xbox live.


error message 80150010 when trying to sign into Live, follow the following instructions:

1. From the dashboard logout of Xbox Live if logged-in
2. Remove any profiles on the Xbox 360 with the same name as the gamertag being recovered (This can be done on the “System” blade within the “Memory” option)
3. Using the “Xbox Live” blade, select “Recover Gamertag from Xbox Live”
4. When prompted, enter the gamertag being recovered and click “Next”
5. On the “Passport Network Account” page, press the “Y” button to “Recover with Original Xbox Info”
6. Proceed to recover the account by providing the information requested by the prompts


  1. To delete a profile
    1. On your console, go to My Xbox, and then select System Settings.
    2. Select Memory.
    3. Select the storage device where the profile is located.
    4. Select Gamer Profiles.
    5. Select the gamertag that you want to delete.
    6. Select Delete.
    7. Select Delete Profile Only.
  2. On your controller, press the Guide button.
  3. Select Recover Gamertag and follow the on-screen instructions.

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This is an easy one. All you need to do is delete your Xbox Live profile information from all of your memory units and/or HDD. After that just use the Xbox Live account recovery system. Your account should be up to date and Passcode free.

Why this works:
The Xbox live Passcode is saved on your memory unit/ HDD and not on your actual profile. So If you delete your profile on your memory, then download the profile again.You get your raw profile without passcode.

Feb 10, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My xbox360 wont save my profile i make one an when i turn off my system an i turn it back on its not there i don't get it ..


Are you using a hard drive or memory unit? From the sounds of things you're missing some sort of memory to save the profile to.

Jan 09, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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On my xbox360 i got the e68 error message and i took the hard drive out, and then put it back once the xbox was on and i went to memory on the system settings and for my main profile it said corrupted...


can you still access anything else that was saved on your hard drive?
such as demos or anything else you downloaded, etc? generally that means your hard drive has over heated, or worse, crashed. but! you got lucky that your whole xbox didn't crash with it. there is a chance you can save your hard drive and all your files. there is a how to here: http://ezinearticles.com/?Xbox-360-E68-Error-Fix&id=2549596

Aug 06, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Lost all acheivements both profiles and nothing will save


Hey that sucks. You could try to call 18004MYXBOX if you had LIVE and they may be able to recover your profile also go to the system blade and pick memory Press Y on the hard drive symbol and then press X,X,Left Bumper, Right Bumper, X,X. Once you do this a messsage will appear saying: Do you want to perform maintenance on your Xbox 360 storage devices? Hit yes If no sometimes things will actually say corrupted data

Mar 17, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Corrupted profile on XBox 360


I have heared that if you just delete the profile, just the profile, everything will be just fine (note: This only works if your profile is on xbox live).
Just go to memor, then go into the saving device the corrupted profile is on. Then "click" on the botton that says profile and delete the corrupted profile. Remember; the profile will be a small save and not taking up most of your harddrive, look for something with MB size, not GB size. When you have done this, go to "recover gamertag" and do so for the profile you just deleted. After all this, your game saves and achivements should be present and working.

Apr 30, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Save device error


What save device are you using? memory card or hard drive?

It sounds like whatever you're using has started to malfunction. Are you able to pull up other save games?

Note that saved games are associated to a unique profile on the device, even if you're not on Xbox Live. That is, if you were logged in as profile "tools" when you saved the game you have to be logged into the same profile to load the game.

Nov 17, 2007 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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