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Xbox live 80154013 error

I m trying to connect to x box live with a new device.
I've got the following error code : 80154013.
Couldn't find anythin about that.
Could somebody pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase help !

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You can only use these ways:
Directly connect it with ethernet and router/modem

Wireless Adaptor from microsoft
or this way

Posted on Jul 02, 2009

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STATUS CODE 4099-4174-1600-0700-C000-000E


Xbox.com has a handy search page to lookup error codes:
http://support.xbox.com/en-US/error-code-lookup

From that page, those is the answer and resolution they give, good luck:
" Error C000-000E occurs when you try to download an update to your Xbox 360 console
Problem
You see the following error when you try to download an update to your Xbox 360 console:
error code xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-C000-000E
Update failed.
Note In this error code, the "x" digits vary.
This error message means your console could not download a software update from Xbox Live.
Solutions
To resolve this problem, try the following solutions:
Solution 1: Try installing the update again.
Solution 2: If you're having problems connecting or staying connected to Xbox Live, see Troubleshoot your Xbox Live connection.
Note You can also update your console software by copying the update to a USB flash drive or a disc and then applying it to the console. "

Jun 13, 2014 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox Live - MTU Error


Xbox 360 MTU errors

This issue occurs if your router or the gateway is incompatible with Xbox Live, or if your router or the gateway has an incorrect MTU setting. Note: Xbox Live requires a minimum MTU setting of 1364. We recommend that you try out the steps shown below.

Things to try:
1. Ensure that you have properly setup your connection to Live by using the Connectivity Wizard http://www.xbox.com/en-US/support/connecttolive/xbox360/connectionmethods/webconnectivitywizard.htm
2. Visit the following Web site to determine whether you have the correct firmware version that has been certified as compatible: http://www.xbox.com/en-US/live/connect/routerlanding.htm
3. See the router or gateway instruction manual for information about how to change the MTU setting to 1364, to do this, or to determine whether your router supports this feature, see the router support documentation or contact support for your router device.
4. If you share a connection with a router and a modem, try a direct connection without the router.

For additional information on this topic refer to the following KB article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/908882/

on Sep 30, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Microsoft XBox Live and the 2Wire HomePortal


source: http://support.2wire.com (please visit!)

The Xbox Live service is compatible with all current and previously shipped versions of 2wire software. Simply connect your Xbox unit to the 2wire network and log on to the Xbox Live service.
If you are experiencing problems connecting to the XBox Live service, follow the troubleshooting procedures provided in your XBox Live documentation or XBox Live CD sleeve.
If you continue to have trouble, here are some additional troubleshooting tips:

1. Reconnect your Xbox to the 2wire Homeportal


Turn off the Xbox and unplug your 2wire HomePortal from the electrical outlet.

Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the Local Ethernet port on the 2wire HomePortal.

Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the back of the Xbox console.

Plug your 2wire back into the electrical outlet and wait for all lights to turn solid green before proceeding.

Turn on your Xbox console (without a disc in the tray).

From the Xbox Dashboard, choose Xbox Live.

In the network settings, test the connection. The connection test should pass.


2. Create custom 2wire Homeportal firewall settings

Although a custom firewall setting should not be required, manually configuring your 2wire firewall ensures that it is not preventing your connection to the Xbox Live service.

HomePortal software version 3.x

From your computer, open a browser and type: http://homeportal into the address line to access your 2wire configuration pages. Alternately, you can type: http://gateway.2wire.net

Under the list of Connected Devices you should see a device labeled "unknown device". This is the Xbox unit.
Click on "View your home network" link in the same box.
Click on "Edit firewall settings" next to the unknown device.
In the lower left-hand corner of this screen, click on "Add a new user-defined application."
Enter "Xbox Live" for the Application Name.
Select Protocol "TCP".
In the port "From:" and "To:" boxes enter 53. Do not change the other settings.
Click on Add.
Repeat these same steps for the following ports and protocols:

Port Protocol
53 UDP
88 TCP
88 UDP
3074 TCP
3074 UDP

Click on "Done" in the lower right corner.
Under "Select a Host Computer" select the "unknown device".
Under "Select the Application(s)" click on "User-defined."
Select "Xbox Live" in the box on the left and click "Add."
Click on "Done" in the lower right corner.

HomePortal software version 2.x

From your computer, open a browser and type: http://homeportal into the address line to access your 2wire configuration pages.
Click on the "HomePortal Upgrades" button and if you have an upgrade available, download the upgrade. If you do not have an upgrade available, continue to next step
Under the list of Connected Devices you should see a device labeled "unknown device". This is the Xbox unit.
Click on "Advanced" link in the same box.
In the lower, left-hand corner of this screen click on "Add an application" link. Enter "Xbox 1" for the application Name.
Select Protocol "TCP"
Leave the Protocol setting as "Other".
In the port "From:" and "To:" boxes enter 53. Do not change the other settings.
Click on DONE on the "Add Application" page.
Repeat the same steps for the following ports and protocols. You will need to create a new name for each entry:

Xbox 1 53 UDP
Xbox 2 88 TCP
Xbox 3 88 UDP
Xbox 4 3704 TCP
Xbox 5 3704 UDP

Click on DONE on the "Hosted Application" page when you are finished creating the list above.

on Apr 26, 2008 | 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)

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I keep trying to connect to xbox live and it is saying there was a problem with my connection when I test the xbox live connection. It can be a bad wireless connection because my laptop is having no...


Even if other devices are not having a problem connecting to your wireless access point, it is usually a good idea to try those steps first.
1. Unplug the power cord from your modem. 2. Unplug the power cord from your router. 3. Wait 10-15 seconds. 4. Reconnect the power to your modem. 5. Reconnect the power to your router. 6. Wait 30-45 seconds while the devices reconnect to your service provider. 7. Retest your Xbox Live connection.
This process is known as power cycling. It removes the temporary files and caches stored in the devices, so when you reconnect a device, such as your Xbox, it's actually making a new connection request rather than trying to use the previous connection, which in some cases becomes corrupted and results in a connection error.
(I've had to do this several times with my own Xbox. Computers connect to the Internet just fine, but Live says there's a connection problem. Power cycling fixes it every time.)

Jun 09, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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I just got the new x box and i cant connect to xbox live


im sure you have a xbox live silver/gold membership.

if not purchase a membership, enter the code.

if you already have a membership then the problem is worse than thought.

i have found that sometimes when trying to activate a membership that xbox wont let you. try creating a new user and regestering for xbox live.

Mar 22, 2011 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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My xbox said that it cant connect and to try again


this also happens when you recover you gamer tag too many times, its a safety thing, go to live.com sign in an you will have a message follow the steps to re activate your account, sill i know but it worked for me...

Jun 12, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Signed up to xbox via online xbox, not console.


What you should try and do is set up a "guest" profile. I'm assuming you just bought your Xbox and have turned it on for the first time? Hence you need a gamertag to get your Xbox set up.
They simply need to have a profile on there so you can go to the dashboard. (Hence why people usually create their Xbox Live Gold accounts on their actual Xbox 360.
Forget for a moment, that you already have a gamertag. Create a new gamertag (you will automatically get a silver account) once you get to the dashboard, you will be able to go to profiles and the very last option and select "recover gamertag" because at the moment, your gamertag isn't on your actual console yet. Put in the details of your gamertag, password, email etc. And accept the terms & use then recover the gamertag.
I'm not sure, but you may be able to recover your gamertag the very first time you turn on your Xbox (which is what you may be having trouble with). If you could, let me know some more of the details and I could give you a more specific answer.
Otherwise:
1. Recover gamertag

or

1. Create a new gamertag (NOT gold, NOT on Xbox.com)
2. Recover gamertag through profiles --> recover gamertag

Hope I was of some help.

Feb 02, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Problem for Microsoft Xbox 360 Console Xbox live 80154013 error


ya it means when u registered with ur 1 month or started the account with a credit card there was an error sighning the account up again if that dosnt work try calling up microsoft

Dec 16, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My x box says change mtu to auto or 1364 how do i do this


My MTU is at 1500 and I get the same message. I don't think it's up yet.

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Problems connecting to xbox live gold


how do i input code for gold membership

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