I had a hard time finding a way to fix the Xbox One’s dreaded crash when I tried to play a game on my PC.
The game I tried had crashed in its very first frame, after a short delay.
I tried pressing the gamepad to the left, but the Xbox logo was on the right, the game screen was grayed out, and the game’s title was missing from the top right corner.
It was also starting to take a while to load.
The Xbox One was not booting up on the second try.
My console was still frozen and I couldn’t restart it.
The only way I could fix it was to turn the system off completely.
But after about 15 minutes, I had the game running.
That’s when I saw an update on my desktop.
After clicking the update, the system booted up again, and it worked.
But when I clicked “OK,” it said “This update does not work.”
I checked my local machine, and there was nothing.
“I don’t know how this happens,” I thought.
“Why is it that the system freezes, then boots back up after a few seconds?”
The only solution I could come up with was to try reinstalling the update on the system, but that took a while.
It’s hard to know when to do that when a game has so many other issues.
So I decided to try a new method to fix it.
This is how it works: When I try to play another game on the Xbox, I will see an error message like “This game cannot be started due to a hardware limitation.”
This message indicates that your system has a hardware issue, and I need to try something else.
This happens so often that Microsoft just sends me a “Fix It” notification when a problem like this happens.
I could use that notification to send an update to my PC that would fix the issue.
I clicked the Fix It button on the Microsoft Update page, and then I tried restarting my PC and checking it again.
But there was no update.
I thought I was doing something wrong.
But the message popped up again and said that my computer was already running Windows 10.
“Sorry, but it’s already running, so you won’t see any updates,” the message read.
“Your computer is already running 10.0.14393.1092.”
This was not what I had expected.
But I had no other options.
I searched for updates on my system and couldn’t find any.
“So what do I do now?”
I thought to myself.
But that same message popped into my Windows 10 desktop.
“This is a message from Microsoft, and Microsoft will be in touch with you shortly to help you resolve the issue.”
The message continued, “To be clear, we are not offering any support for this problem, and we are working closely with Microsoft to resolve this problem for you.
Please stay tuned for more information as we get it fixed.”
I clicked Cancel, but then a new message popped in: “Microsoft is currently working to resolve the problem.”
I immediately called the Microsoft support number, and a Microsoft representative picked me up.
He confirmed the problem, which he told me was a hardware bug.
“It’s not related to the Windows 10 update, but we will update you when we can,” the rep said.
After that, he told my problem was resolved.
I sent a Microsoft support ticket, and they sent me a Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade.
The message came back.
“Microsoft has identified a hardware hardware limitation affecting a specific hardware model that is impacting some players with Windows 10,” it read.
After some digging, I found that the problem was actually related to Windows 10’s network performance.
The issue was actually caused by Windows 10 not working with the latest versions of the Microsoft Edge browser.
When Microsoft Edge launched, the latest version of the browser was called Windows 10 Pro, and that was the version that was installed on my Xbox.
The latest version, which was released in March, was called Edge 11.1.
Windows 10 10 Pro also had a problem that made the Xbox’s Windows 10 UI crash.
The problem was solved when Microsoft Edge 11 was released, but not when Edge 11 Pro was released.
That is because Microsoft Edge had been released a few months before, so it had not yet been updated to support the latest Edge version.
As a result, the Xbox could not load games.
I have since changed the system’s name to Xbox One.
The Microsoft Edge bug has been fixed, and so have the issues that I have faced with the Xbox in the past.
Now I just need to find out what other hardware issues are happening to my Xbox One, so that I can try to fix them too.