I have been losing my xbox live connection while hosting rooms. I get th message NULL and lose my connection. I occasionally get the unable to read disc message but I do get the game to work. Is my drive going bad? What is the null message for? I don't get this null message while playing in other people rooms.
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It sounds like you've refused an Xbox Live Update at some point.
You can go into your system options and see if there's an update available.
To check for an update on the Xbox 360 you basically force a new Xbox Live connection:
Press the Guide button (center logo button), bringing up the pop-up menu
Go to Settings
Select System Settings
Select Network Settings
Select Wired Network or the name of your wireless network if you're on wifi
Select Test Xbox Live Connection
Select Yes if prompted to update. If you're not prompted and the test completes successfully, you have the most recent update.
If you have forgotten your pass code, and if you have to remove it to sign into Xbox LIVE, follow these steps:
Note The following steps apply only to Xbox LIVE online profiles. When you delete an offline
profile, you lose any Gamerscore that is associated with the profile.
You also lose achievements and statistics that are associated with the
Delete the profile for which you forgot the pass code. To delete a profile, follow these steps:
In the My Xbox area, select System Settings.
Select the memory device on which your profile is stored.
Select Gamer Profiles.
Select the profile that you want to delete.
Select Delete. When you are prompted, select Delete Profile Only.
In the Xbox LIVE section of the Xbox Dashboard, select Recover Gamertag from Xbox Live.
Select Yes when you receive the following message:
To join Xbox LIVE, you must exit your current session.
Enter the gamertag for which you want to remove the pass code, and then select Done.
In the E-mail Address
section, type the Windows Live ID credentials (the e-mail address and
password that you use to sign in to the Windows Live ID) that are
associated with your gamertag, and then select Done.
Enter the password for the Windows Live ID account, and then select Done.
Select Sign In.
If you want to set the pass code again, follow the steps to set an Xbox LIVE pass code.
if you unplugged your modem it probably changed your ip, that happens to me alot lol. and if you have a from from the xbox to the network, that means your connection is wrong. make sure that the ethernet cable is connected from your xbox 360 and modem, then try again.
Usually the XBox servers get really busy around Xmas. Lots of new players with new XBox live accounts and new games to play on line. Last year the servers crashed altogether. Combine that with increased bandwidth being used by people in your neighborhood and you could either be losing your connection or the people hosting are losing theirs.
Xbox live is down atm most of the online games right now are not working and the voicemail and messaging systems are down. Im sure that the downloading system is also down. They now about it and are working on it. If you would like to track the status go to www.xboxlive.com and search status this will bring you the xbox live status whether it is working atm or not just yet they hope to have it working this week. Also connecting and disconnecting are a big thing.
Try sending yourself a message and see if you hit play (after recording the message) you can hear yourself. Sometimes Ive been playing games like GRAW2 online and when I lose connection with the host or something along those lines my mic will stop working untill I reset the console.
Also, most games will have some kind of an indicator when you are on Live that show when someone is talking. Do these indicators activate at all? (usually a small volume symbol that will light up next to the persons gamertag)