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You can recover it as long as you know the email address and last 4 digits of mommys credit card that pays for it.

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My xbox live account was delected


Download your Xbox Live profile
You might want to download your Xbox Live gamer profile in the following situations:
  • You want to use your Xbox Live gamertag on another console.
  • You have a Zune, Games for Windows, or Windows 8 Microsoft account (download your existing account instead of creating a new account).
  • You accidentally deleted your Xbox Live gamertag from your console.
You can download your Xbox Live gamertag to any console. Here's how:
  1. Press the Xbox Guide button on your controller (large X button in the center of your controller).
  2. Select Download Profile.
  3. Note Not seeing Download Profile? Press X to sign out of your profile.
  4. Enter the Microsoft account associated with your Xbox Live gamertag. If you don't know your Microsoft account or password, see Find your Microsoft account or password.Note "Microsoft account" is the new name for what used to be called "Windows Live ID." It's the email address and password you use to sign in to Microsoft services (including Xbox Live). Find out more.
  5. Now, enter your Microsoft account password.Note If your account is an Xbox Live child account, the parent's Microsoft account information is required to download the profile.
  6. Select the storage device for your profile (for example, Hard Drive).
  7. Your profile will begin downloading. Once your profile is downloaded, you can choose whether or not you want to require your Microsoft account password to sign into your profile.

Nov 02, 2013 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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My kids put a pass code on my xbox and now i cant use it


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 profile.
  1. Delete the profile for which you forgot the pass code. To delete a profile, follow these steps:
    1. Go to the Settings hub and select System.
    2. Select Storage.
    3. Select the memory device on which your profile is stored.
    4. Select Gamer Profiles.
    5. Select the profile that you want to delete.
    6. Select Delete. When you are prompted, select Delete Profile Only.
  2. Press the Guide button and select Download Profile.
  3. Follow on-screen instructions to download your Xbox LIVE profile.
  4. If you want to set the pass code again, follow the steps to set an Xbox LIVE pass code.

Dec 05, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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I accidently deleted my gamertag that has Xbox Live and my saved achievements in it and I don't know how to get it back


To recover your Gamertag from Xbox LIVE:
  1. Sign out from all of your profiles. The fastest way to do this is to press the Xbox Guide button, press X, and select Yes, sign out.
  2. Select Recover Gamertag.
  3. Follow the directions on the screen. NoteYou can enter information using a USB keyboard plugged into a controller port, the Xbox 360 Chatpad (sold as part of the Xbox 360 Messenger Kit), or your Xbox 360 controller and the on-screen virtual keyboard.
  4. When you're finished, your profile will be downloaded from Xbox LIVE to your console and you'll see your avatar in the Sign In area. You're good to go! NoteIf you're a minor, you'll be asked to supply Windows Live ID credentials for your parent, who will need to be present to complete the procedure. Your parent will need his or her own Windows Live ID and a valid e-mail address.

Aug 10, 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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Cant sign in to xbox live because when i try it says enter pass code


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 profile.
  1. Delete the profile for which you forgot the pass code. To delete a profile, follow these steps:
    1. In the My Xbox area, select System Settings.
    2. Select Memory.
    3. Select the memory device on which your profile is stored.
    4. Select Gamer Profiles.
    5. Select the profile that you want to delete.
    6. Select Delete. When you are prompted, select Delete Profile Only.
  2. In the Xbox LIVE section of the Xbox Dashboard, select Recover Gamertag from Xbox Live.
  3. Select Yes when you receive the following message: To join Xbox LIVE, you must exit your current session.
  4. Enter the gamertag for which you want to remove the pass code, and then select Done.
  5. Select Next.
  6. 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.
  7. Enter the password for the Windows Live ID account, and then select Done.
  8. Select Sign In.
  9. If you want to set the pass code again, follow the steps to set an Xbox LIVE pass code.

Jan 08, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My ebox just deleted my entire profile


Just use the "Recover Profile" option on the dashboard.

NOTE: This only works if your connected to Xbox Live and the profile has been recently Synced with The Xbox live Servers So No Live=No Profile Recovery.
The Recover Gamertag function is on the same side bar where you login to a profile..

After your Xbox starts hit the Xbox button on your controller and 'Recover Gamertag from Xbox Live' should be right under 'Create New Profile'..

Once you select 'Recover Gamertag from Xbox Live' it will walk you through the steps required..
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I would suggest you to visit the forum and discuss your problem http://forums.xbox.com/

Dec 11, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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WHAT CAN I DO IF I ACEDANTALLY ERASE HARD DRIVE AND PROFILE ON XBOX 360


If the profile that is deleted was an Xbox live profile, then that profile can recovered through Xbox live.
However there is no way to recover anything else stored on the Xbox console that includes any offline profiles and game saves.

Nov 16, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Can anyone please help my son has deleted all his details by accident on xbox live he still has 5months left until it runs out is there anything we can do thankyou tina


if he has just deleted his profile off the console try this...

- sign out of all profiles
- press middle button (big green and silver button)
- click recover gamertag
follow instructions on screen to recover your gamertag

Aug 25, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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