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Profile problem Just bought xbox 360 . It says I have to profile and or memory device. whats going on. I just see demo

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Try creating a gamertag

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How do I remove a parental lock plz on xbox 360 if I don't know the code. It was on when I bought it.


You can give this a shot....

Turn off your 360 Unit
Remove all memory devices

restart 360 Unit

go to system blade > Console Settings > System Info

press left trigger, right trigger, x, y, left bumper, right bumper, up, left bumper, left bumper, x.

This should bring up a menu

Reset System Settings

Resetting your system settingswill return all console settings tofactory defaults.

Do you want to
reset to factory defaults?

Yes, reset settings

your screen should go blank for about 2 seconds then the language blade should appear that lists several different languages,select your preferred language then a blade that says "Xbox 360 Storage Device" should appear

With the options of
1)
Done
2)
Continue without one
s
elect to Continue without a profile

Then an Initial Setup Complete screen should appear with the options of
Family Settings
High Definition Settings
Xbox Dashboard

select Xbox Dashboard

Now turn the system off, insert the Memory Unit or Hard Drive, and turn the system back on

Parental Control lock should be disabled

Sep 30, 2015 | Video Game Consoles

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How to download a profile to a x box 360


There are two ways to move/download your xbox 360 profile. One way is is download it via an internet connection and the other is physically transferring it via usb drive.

To download your profile press the xbox button in the middle of your controller to access the xbox guide and then select download profile.
If you do not see this option sign out of your profile first.
Then enter your profile information. If you do not know your information check out this site in order to retrieve it.
http://support.xbox.com/billing-and-subscriptions/account-management/forgot-microsoft-account
The rest should be pretty easy. Just follow the prompts and your profile will start downloading.

The second option requires some sort of external memory device like a USB drive. This option still needs your account information so make sure you still have that handy.
Plug your external memory device via the USB ports on the front of the console (or the one on the back if those are full). Then go to settings in the xbox home page and then select storage, All Devices, Gamer Profiles. Select the Profile you want to move and then select Move. Move your profile to the external and reverse the process on the target console to upload the profile to the hard drive.

If any of these instructions are confusing or you would like more detail, check out this xbox support website for more information.
http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/settings-and-initial-setup/profile-move-delete

Sep 08, 2013 | Video Game Consoles

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I bought a used xbox 360 and it says to save a game I need to make a profile,but when I try to create a profile it says I need a storage device... for all the $$ this thing costs it has NO internal memory...


XBOX 360 repair guide available that covers this problem and also all other common XBOX problems. You can get your copy XBOX 360 Repair Guide, you can download it and get help to fix your console.......
Click here to download repair guide

Dec 24, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Hard Drive (120GB)

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New Xbox 360 Arcade, Memory Problem


Hi,

go into system settings, memory, and see if it detects the device/storage. the drive may need Formatting.
alternatively try a Memory Card Unit.
On ocassions the 360 may have to update from the gamedisk.
Follow any onscreen Prompts.

Mike @ Compurepair.

Mar 26, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My Xbox cannot find my xbox live profile. It says


Check the memory section on the xbox 360 settings.

Jan 03, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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'Corrupted gamer profile'


it could be one or the other but try the maintenance on your memory card it may help Go to the system blade and then select memory.thumb_hd.jpg
Press Y on the HD symbol and then press X,X,Left Bumper, Right Bumper, X,X. Once you do this a messsage will appear saying: Do you want to perform maintenance on your Xbox 360 storage devices?

Nov 10, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Lost all acheivements both profiles and nothing will save


Hey that sucks. You could try to call 18004MYXBOX if you had LIVE and they may be able to recover your profile also go to the system blade and pick memory Press Y on the hard drive symbol and then press X,X,Left Bumper, Right Bumper, X,X. Once you do this a messsage will appear saying: Do you want to perform maintenance on your Xbox 360 storage devices? Hit yes If no sometimes things will actually say corrupted data

Mar 17, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox 360 Not Reading 512MB Microsoft Memory Card


try another one, it is probably a defective model.

Jan 07, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox 360 Not Reading 512MB Microsoft Memory Card


make sure it is fully plugged in and go into settings and then memory and make sure it pops up and then select it if not maybe halo needs a hard drive but i dont think but if it doesnt pop up in memory then its probably a faulty memory stick

please rate well

Jan 06, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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