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[SOLVED] System Update Stopped

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by blueblur, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. blueblur

    blueblur Member

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    No clue on the 123456789, but what I meant about the flash drives is that I did have 2 of them and to use a flash drive as a memory card on the Xbox you have to have a dashboard update from Fall 2010 or newer I think and it will let you format it in system options.
     
  2. bzoei

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    Okay thanks. I resolved it via another way though!

    I used a new xbox hard drive and when it connected it worked again!
     
  3. palwill

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    strange. Congratulations though.
     
  4. jasonward

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    Can you please give me the steps you had to take from beginning to end? I just ran into this problem tonight and freakin out! :(
     
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    I think he is saying...
    Put the dash update on one flash drive
    Have another flash drive formatted as a memory unit instead of the hard drive
    Install the update.

    I don't know if you need the memory unit. I think you can do it just without the HD.
     
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    I'm having this same problem right now. I tried everything you said, even went out and bought 2 USB sticks. As soon as it starts to install it gives me the same error message no matter what I do. Anyone else SOLVED this?

    Also, did this flash your drive back to stock like others have said? the game that caused this for me is dead island
     
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    When this happened to me all i did was replace the drive with a dummy drive and it updated fine. So if you've got an extra laying around somewhere give that a try.
     
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    I just flashed my DVD drive back to stock and I was able to boot to the dashboard (but it didn't update). Then I just used a USB to update, and then I reflashed my DVD drive and now I'm playing Dead Island!
     
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    ISSUE SOLVED!

    This is what happened to me and how I solved it:

    When I inserted a new game (F1 2011) an update was needed (the console said). I said OK and when the console rebooted it came back with the message containing "System Update Stopped ... contact xbox.com\support ... status code 3151-351F-2800-0F00-C000-0034.

    I tried turning off/on, re-inserting several disks, unplugging power, nothing worked. I tried to run the latest update (downloaded from the Xbox support updates site) from a FAT32 formatted USB stick: nu luck.

    What did the trick for me in the end (as suggested above in this thread):

    1. I downloaded the previous system update (2.0.13599.0.rar) from this site (replace \ by /) : http:\dl.console.se\index.php?dir=Xbox360\Uppdateringar\ and unzipped to the USB stick.
    2. when the error on the console showed, I inserted the USB stick and the update went OK.
    3. I then downloaded the latest update from the xbox support updates site again, burnt that to a CD-R (but unzipped to USB should also work) and then performed the update. It then ran OK!

    Seems the update from game disk was "corrupt". From USB it ran like a charm and F1 2011 works fine now!

    Hope this helps. Leave us a note!
     

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