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Corrupt profile my profile is corrupted and so i cant access my saves or anything i am not connected to xbox live so i doubt ill be able to recover my gamertag plz tell me what the hell i should do

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  • Kunitzas Mar 01, 2009

    I took my hardware down to my moms house and I played a game down there and I brought it back and it said my main profile was corrupt.

  • issac1994 Apr 10, 2009

    i have the same problem but i can get on xbox live but after ten minets on my profil i cant see my aveator or eny of my saved games or achevments

  • Edward Stewart
    Edward Stewart May 11, 2010

    Are you hoping there is a way to recover your profile? How do you know it is corrupted? In other words what exactly is happening that you want to fix?

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Go to xbox live and reload games

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Ya what he said

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Xbox live account states "corrupted


Hi. Try this. You will lose any achievements you have earned since your profile went offline.

  1. Power on your 360.
  2. Access the dashboard, go into system settings, then into the memory option. Find your profile.
  3. Delete the corrupted profile.
  4. Sign out of your profile if you're already on it! Press the Xbox guide button press X and select sign out.
  5. Go into "my xbox" on your dashboard
  6. Select "recover gametag" in the dialogue box. Press A to select it. Follow the instructions to repair your profile.
  7. Enter your gamertag in the Xbox live gamertag dialogue box that pops up
  8. When process is completed your avatar will appear in the sign in area of the dashboard

Apr 04, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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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.

Aug 04, 2010 | Video Game Consoles

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Why does my xbox360 always when i try to go on xbox live it says to go to your website it says cant connect to xbox live select test connection to troubleshoot or try recovering your profile


it only means that your gamer profile is corrupted here's how to recover and delete your gamer profile

to delete the gamer profile

1.press the guide button or the silver button in the middle of the controller
2.go to settings blade
3.select system settings
4.select memory
5.select hard drive
6.select game profile choose your profile and choose delete profile only

to recover the gamertag

1.make sure you are connected to the internet
2.logout/sign out other profiles in the console
3.press the guide button or the silver button in the middle of the controller
4.chose recover gamertag
5.enter the gamertag
6.enter the email and password ( email or windows live ID this is the email you use for the sign up of the gamertag)

May 24, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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How do i recover a corrupt profile that is not xbox live


Unfortunately, there really isn't a way to do such a thing. In order to "uncorrupt" a profile, you really need to Recover it on XBL. If you know what you modified to corrupt the profile, you can attempt to open your profile in a hex editor and manually correct the issue, then rehash and resign (Wouldn't recommend, kinda techy and doesn't work all the time.

Dec 22, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Corrupt profile


Just delete your old profile and recover your gamer tag. your Gamerscore and Achievements are stored on the Xbox Live Servers so you won't lose those. but you might have problems with your saved games

May 01, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Console

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How to fix a corrupted gamer profile without xbox


what you do is unplug your xbox and then unplug the power and if you have one a cooler system then blow on the ends to clear the dust then plug it back in and it should come up with a pop-up saying corrupted profile fixed ;]

Mar 22, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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My xbox 360 profile is corrupt.


IF your profile is not an xbox live account, your xbox profile cannot be recovered, however, if your account is an xbox live account all you need to do is have no one signed in, press the center xbox button, go down to recover account and enter your information

Mar 01, 2009 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Corrupted profile


good luck i getting your problem solved with an attitude like that you certainly don't need our help. The problem was clearly too hard for you....

May 28, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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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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