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My hard drive won't load, save or recover my gamer tag. What can I do?

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Ur hard drive might be infected i dont know about a do it your self fix but u might get microsoft to fix it for u

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What's wrong with my Xbox 360? I turn it on it looks like it's working then looks like ive never played the game before.. no memory, no avatar, no gamer score?


It may be that you accidentally deleted your gamer tag. try recovering it from Xbox live. if you deleted your tag you may have also accidentally deleted your saves too which you cannot recover.

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<span> <li> <p>Turn on your Xbox 360 and navigate to the dashboard.Sign out of all accounts if necessary and press the silver "Guide" button on your controller.Select "Recover Gamer tag" from the list of options and select "Recover Gamer tag" from the resulting dialog window.Select "Yes" from the resulting confirmation box. This exits your current session and takes you to the account recovery wizard.Enter your gamer tag (Xbox Live ID) in the text box and continue to the next step.Enter your Windows Live-ID and password and continue to the next step. The Xbox 360 will confirm and upload all of your information from Xbox Live.<br /></li><span><br /><br /></span></span>

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I used my gamertag at my mates and now it wonte let me recover it what do i do ?


if you can get a usb (at least 1 gb) and plug it into your friends xbox, you can put your gamertag profile onto the usb and then transfer it manually. this is the safest way. your usb must be configured to Windows FAT32 file system format (devices formatted for use with other file systems might not work). On your console go to my xbox then system settings, then memory. on the storage devices screen select usb storage device. select configure now (note this will erase everything on your usb) then The Xbox console tests your USB storage device to make sure it will work correctly with the console. If your device passes this test, you can use it as a USB memory unit. to get your gamer profile on there go to system settings, memory then the hard drive, select gamer profiles and move your gamer profile to the usb. you shouldnt recover your gamer tag unless you absolutely have to as any achievements or changes you have made since the account last connected to Xbox LIVE will be lost during the recovery process. once again do not recover your gamertag to a friend's console as a convenience, as you could also lose your saved games!

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My new xbox 360 slim, started to freeze on the start up screen (when the xbox 360 logo came up) after around 10 minutes it goes to the dash board. I was able to play like this for 2 days, he 3 day when i...


Your problem is a corrupted hard drive. Your only option really is to buy a new hard drive. If your gamer profiles are on Xbox Live, you will be able to recover them to your new Hard Drive.

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My hard drive lost my gamertag and wont recover it, what happened? what can i do?It's 120 GB elite console


Go to the Xbox Live sign in and scroll over until you see "recover gamer tag" and follow the instructions.

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Delete your account from your xbox360, then recover it, takes 30minutes to recover depending on the size of your profile, and not to worry, to delete your gamer tag from your system does not delete saves or anything, and is simple to recover and usually updates the score

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My hard drive sucks


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There is no was of fixing this fault, you will need to replace the HDD. Also, you will need to recover your gamer tag from XBL.

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Corrupted profile on XBox 360


I have heared that if you just delete the profile, just the profile, everything will be just fine (note: This only works if your profile is on xbox live).
Just go to memor, then go into the saving device the corrupted profile is on. Then "click" on the botton that says profile and delete the corrupted profile. Remember; the profile will be a small save and not taking up most of your harddrive, look for something with MB size, not GB size. When you have done this, go to "recover gamertag" and do so for the profile you just deleted. After all this, your game saves and achivements should be present and working.

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Corrupted profile


If you're on Xbox Live you can use the "recover gamertag" option to see if you can pull down your profile from the MS servers. Briefly press the center "Xbox" button in the middle of your controller when on the welcome screen where you normally select your profiles.

If you are not on Xbox Live you have probably got a problem with your save device (memory card or hard drive.) I recommend calling 1-800-4MY-XBOX and asking them to help you recover the profile.

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