What are the possible solution of new problem in Xbox with the help of Xresolver?
It’s possible for a controller to get “out of whack” over the life of your Xbox One. The Xbox forums have identified a lot of issues, especially with connectivity and inaccuracy. There are several easy methods that could solve these problems.
- To unplug the controllers, you’ll want to make sure your controller has working batteries, then try restarting the console. If this doesn’t help, make sure you’re within range of the Kinect. Each controller is equipped with two infrared lights that turn on when the controller is out of range and trying to reconnect. Obviously, make sure you’re in range, as this is essential to getting your controller to work.
- For drift controllers , make sure your controller is up to date and has fresh batteries. Then turn off and unplug the console. This will empty your cache. Wait a few minutes and then restart the console.
Your Xbox One can’t read discs properly
While it’s not as annoying as listening to the sound of a disc, an Xbox One that doesn’t read discs isn’t exactly ideal, especially if your library consists mostly of physical games. Some users have reported consoles not reading certain games, or even having a general problem reading any discs.
Isolated disc errors aren’t always caused by bad discs, and if your disc drive is having trouble reading your games, it doesn’t necessarily mean your console is bad. However, if none of the following solutions work, you may need to call Microsoft or take the drive in question to your dealer, if it’s still under warranty.
- For isolated disc read errors , make sure the disc isn’t scratched or stained. Minor scratches are usually fine, but deep scratches often cause serious, even irreparable, damage. Use a soft, slightly damp cloth to clean the disc. A microfiber cloth is ideal. Believe it or not, ridding your drive of fingerprints can go a long way toward a successful gaming session. If your Xbox One still won’t read the disc after wiping it, try inserting it into another console, if you have access to one. Thus, you can know if the disk is really the faulty thing or if your console is the culprit.
- For widespread read errors , it is possible that the disc is not being read correctly by the laser. First, eject the drive, and if the console is in an entertainment center, you’ll need to move it carefully, but make sure all cables stay plugged in when doing so. With the console powered on, tilt it from the front to a 45-degree angle. While holding it like this, insert the disk. This will allow the disk to more easily move to its originally designed position. Instead of an error message, your game should start booting. Because the Xbox One doesn’t use a tray—like older CD drives—the drive might have a hard time pulling the disc back far enough to read it correctly over time.
Frequently frozen games
Even high-tech pieces of hardware can suffer from slow or freezing issues, which is extremely frustrating when you’re at a crucial point in a game. While crashes can be related to individual game bugs or in some cases due to server issues, users have reported intermittent freezes and crashes during regular gaming sessions.
Freezing or skipping can be caused by any number of reasons, but fortunately, there are ways to get back into the game quickly and even deter future issues that occur so often.
- If a game freezes, try pressing the start button in the center of your controller to return to the board. Then, still with your cursor on the game icon, press the Menu button (the one with three horizontal lines) and navigate to exit. This is a quicker method than restarting the console or going through the hassle of selecting another game only to come out of a frozen one.
- If you experience persistent freezing, a power cycle may do the trick. Press and hold the power button on the console for at least five seconds. Make sure the console has been off for at least 30 seconds, and then press and hold the home button on the controller to turn the console back on. Your console will take longer to boot up, but this may fix the problem.
- If you’re dealing with a persistent crash or freeze while playing a specific game, removing and reinstalling the content might fix the problem. Head over to your apps and navigate to the game that is giving you trouble. Then press the Start button and choose Uninstall . After uninstalling the game, simply navigate to the uninstalled apps in your library and reinstall the title. Wait for it to install and check if reinstalling the game fixes the problem.
- If none of these methods work, you can reset your console’s resolution settings. If you have a disk in the console, remove it. Then press and hold the power button on the console for five seconds. After the light on the console is no longer flashing, press and hold the power button and the drive eject button at the same time.
- Wait for it to beep twice: it can take up to 10 seconds. Make sure your TV is set to AV output, as this button combination alters the screen resolution. When the console starts up, don’t be alarmed by the lower resolution.
- Go to Display & Sound in your console settings. The resolution will be 640 x 480. Change the resolution to 1080p or 720p or whatever your TV supports. If it’s 1080p, it changes the fidelity of the video to 50Hz. If it’s 720p, it changes the fidelity of the video to 24Hz. Then insert the disc and your game will run without any problems.
You can’t connect to the network or Xbox Live
There are several ways to fix your console connection at home. First, check the Xbox Live status to make sure there are no global issues affecting connectivity. When you can’t connect to Xbox Live, your console will also try to fix its problem with an error message. In turn, these connection problems can be caused by various causes.
- If your console isn’t connecting to your network, but all your other devices are connected to the Internet, you can try a power cycle. Press and hold the power button on the console for at least five seconds. Once the console is completely powered off and the Xbox logo stops flashing, press the Home button on your controller to turn it back on.
- Turn off the console, then restart your modem or router (“router”). After your home network has completely rebooted, turn on your console and see if you can connect.
- If you’re having Wi-Fi issues, try connecting your console to the Internet via an Ethernet cable. If your console connects, you may need to update your router’s firmware. Check your router’s instructions for how to update your firmware. (Many routers have a summary guide on the device.) Follow the steps, and then turn on the console and see if you can connect wirelessly.
- Even if you’re not online, your Xbox will automatically sign in to your primary account when it’s turned on. This means you can sign out and back in, which should bring your Xbox One back online. Sometimes this will solve your problem.