Wednesday November 1, 2006 4:21 pm
Microsoft Working On Fix For Fall Update
After Microsoft’s Fall Update was released, a number of people reported problems with the update “bricking” their consoles. At first, this seemed to be restricted to hackers with modified firmware releases, but there seems to be two parallel issues with the update. Firmware hackers are typically seeing an E66 error. People with non-modified Xbox 360s that have problems will typically see an E71 error or will see crashes in software that ran normally before the update. A post on Microsoft’s Gamerscoreblog indicates that they are seeing problems from less than 1% of customers and that an updated version should be coming within 12-24 hours. No word on whether the current version of the update has been pulled from the site.
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