Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Should I still try and exchange the HDD through gamestop even though when I cleared the cache I am still getting the same problem? Or is it definitely the system that is causing this problem?
Thanks so much!
Try getting a new drive, as a script compile error could be the cause of a bad sector somewhere in the drive or the consoles' CPU. so I would first try exchanging the drive before the console.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The Xbox 360 system cache stores such items as game updates, system update installation packages, and gamer pictures of your friends. You can often resolve issues with your Xbox 360 by clearing the system cache.
The following are not removed when you clear the Xbox 360 cache:
Clearing the cache removes previously downloaded game updates. You must download these updates again the next time you play the game.
To clear the system cache
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