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Dashboard not working - Microsoft Xbox Console

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  • Matt Alexander Apr 09, 2008

    Whats the problem just saying dashboards broken doesn't fix the problem can you offer any more of an overview of the situation.

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Will games still play? Do you receive an error message or code?

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

  • Nic Ashby
    Nic Ashby Apr 15, 2008

    Sorry, not supposed to be solution.

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Delete apps on Xbox 360


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13 - kernel - Dashboard launch fail (due to missing/bad key, or anything else that would prevent it from running) and the dashboard didn't specify why it failed.

16 - dashboard - Other files to do with dashboard / dashboard settings (specific dashboard error)

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E71 is a dashboard update error. Try to turn off the console, hold the sync button and continue holding while turning on the console until it boots fully to dash. This will clear the cache and any failed updates.

E79 is a broken HDD error. Try removing the Hard drive. It also can be a bad .xex file.

Both of these are also caused when you attempt to modify the NAND.

If you have modified it, to fix it you will need to flash it back to the original NAND.

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My xbox dashboard.


did you attempt to mod this? have you done anything with this. people dont give real specifics because theyre embarassed or dont think to include this. your problem could be that you disrupted a xbox dash update or you screwed with the dashboard yourself modding the xbox. i cant give you a clearer answer tho due to the info provided. please next time try to be more detailed. so a better more accurate answer can be given to your problem.

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Turn the xbox on and where the light is green there is only one red light and it says on the screen system error


An original Xbox? On the error screen there should be a number. Which is it?

2 - bootldr - Eeprom check failed

4 - bootldr - Ram check failed

5 - kernel - HDD not locked

6 - kernel - Cannot unlock HDD

7 - kernel - HDD timeout

8 - kernel - No HDD found

9 - kernel - HDD parameters (

10 - kernel - DVD timeout

Actually its almost the same as error 6/7/8.

11 - kernel - No DVD Found


12 - kernel - DVD parameters (PIO/DMA)

13 - kernel - Dashboard launch fail

14 - dashboard - Error loading dashboard

16 - dashboard - Clock cannot be set.

20 - kernel - The dashboard was attempted to load and failed

21 - anywhere -

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Xbox dashboard


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