Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
I am playing "Force Unleashed" and have done something to my xbox 360, so that the game will not boot up with my 60gb hard drive attached to my console. Then the whole system seems to get caught in a loop, where nothing works until I reboot the console. I remove the hard drive, and the game works perfectly, although I can not save.
The Hard drive works perfectly with other games, and is less than a week old, as is the console and game.
Look for any corrupted file on your harddrive, instead of a normal icon for a file, it will show a yellow triangle and an exclamation point in the middle, delete it..
after that clear cache, to do this go to system settings, memory,
press y for device options, if you can see the rename and format option in the screen, you are in the right screen, press x, x, left bumper, right bumper, and then x, x, select yes,
even though you cannot see any corrupted files in all of the folders in the harddrive, you have to clear the cache..
if this doesnt work try deleting the saved game content to that specific game..
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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