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Im trying to play a movie its saying unplayable content i need to get a media update staus code 51-coodf236

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This status code is for a Media Update available on Xbox Live Service, which enables you to play .AVI (Mostly DivX format) and .MP4 movies, you should be able to see this Download under all downloads section of XBL Service with the Name "Optional Media Update"

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