Xbox Fall Console Update Requires An Update Of Its Own

According to John Porcaro of the official Microsoft Gamerscoreblog, a small number of Xbox customers (less than 1%) are having issues with their newly installed Fall Console Update.  Gamerscoreblog says they’re going to release an updated version in the next 12-24 hours.

There are also a smattering of reports of a problem getting 1080P resolution to display on SonyXBR1/XBR3 HDTVs.  Apparently, no other brand of HDTV is experiencing the problem. Gizmodo has more details here.  As of this post, the source of the issue has not been isolated.

3 comments so far

  1. Reverend Slim on

    The update fix had nothing to do with getting 1080p to work. It had to do with 1% of 360 owners downloading the update, the system rebooting, then giving error code E71 and not working again. See Majornelson.com for confirmation of this. The refurbished 360 that I received on Halloween was bricked by this update, meaning I now have to wait two more weeks for yet another refurbished 360… which hopefully won’t be bricked by the now-fixed update.

  2. nextup on

    Thanks for setting me straight, Reverend! I will update the post.

  3. Reverend slimmer on

    It’s larger then 1%


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