GameZone writes: So you just bought your Xbox One, you unpacked it and set it up, you perform the mandatory day one system update and... you're greeted with the message: "There was a problem with the update."
I wish we would all wait 1 month before judging the consoles. I'm waiting til next year to get a PS4 but these articles need strong data to support the claims before being taken seriously.
yeah waiting could be good ,its all on you waht you like and on ms side its is good to here that these people are very quick to finding the problems and now are up to solve them ,good work ms ,keep doing it and keep your efforts in future also and dont repeat past mistakes.
Uh, so the answer is don't do a nearly 2gb initial system update wirelessly...why wouldn't this be obvious to anyone that's played games more than once?
Its only 500 or so and I'm doing it over WiFi and I down GB of stuff on my cell phone all the time. Your welcome. Welcome to the future
To be fair my brother struggled to get the PS4 day one update via wifi. You have a lot of people pulling the dl from the servers at one time. I finally told him to do it via usb and he had no issues. For me personally my PS4 stays hard wired to the modem. That being said I also used USB to install the update although I swapped hdds one day one.
yeah these things happen ,it also happened with me also on both my next gen consoles,it's difficult to do updates or use servers while over crouding ,day one is realy an headiach,but we gamers cant stop us .
Your not the only one 1tb hard drive in mine also
Hard wired all the way
What the hell are you talking about? Do you live in North Korea or something? I've never had this slow update problem or struggling to update under load. It may be I am lucky with my internet but I live in crazywebbedfeetland aka. Norfolk.
This guy is a jinx I'm downloading the update now!!
Its only because of so many people trying to update at the same time.So far so good on the hardware side.
I guess you haven't checked the official Xbox forums. lol http://gyazo.com/e2b7b7a326...
You still need to Call M$ Support(Shudders)... I've been there with a RROD, It's like taking a trip though HELL!
It's a shame we can't have things simply work the way they were meant to upon buying them. Instead, the company has to tell customers how to fix their product. -_-
So cloud Much headache
Microsofts answer to your issues are on the Clouds lolz
Went effortless for me last night. Guess I'm just lucky.
Microsoft support. The horror those guys suk. Blame RROD on gamestop said, and I quote "Gamestop must have given you a floor model" It's funny now, but when it happen I wasn't laughing.
Bottom line on the Wi-Fi is that it is susceptible to interference from other electronic devices which can lead to things like data packet loss, latency issues or even complete connection loss and also due to attenuation of the signal as it passes through the structure of your house. While Wi-Fi is wonderful it is not the best for gaming or HD streaming unless the Wi-Fi source is right next to your connected device. I would not recommend Wi-Fi for anyone who is serious about online gaming, major downloading, or streaming at all. Your best bet is an hardline Ethernet connection. Every house that I have every had I pulled Cat 6 Ethernet cable through. Wi-Fi is fine for mobile devices and printers and even the new Xbox One controllers with Wi-Fi Direct but if you want a connection that won't get F@!ked up by your wife or roommate using that high power microwave oven or the 6 walls and steel ducting running between your wireless modem and your console then run Ethernet to your console. It is far more reliable and has a much higher overall band width (for cat 5e and 6).
Weather its WiFi or Ethernet there should be no data lose. You may get dropped packets but that is why they are using TCPIP. There should be no issue with the final firmware data that arrives to the console. Wifi for gaming is a no no in my personal experience.
My update took 3 minutes and 12 seconds.
uh, doesn't sound like much of a fix. presumably, anyone who first runs into that problem would have tried all this already before saying it was a problem...
Do not use wifi for Internet connection to any game console your asking for headaches.
Who uses wifi for gaming ?????
Updates, updates and more updates, here's an idea, release something without problems for once.
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