Gaming Offline OSU1 shutting down

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So I have an Xbox one x, replaced and formatted multiple hard drives and experienced same result. So current verison os is 2200. From reading the OSU1 list, this verison is the latest and not part of OSU1 yet. My theory of the problem is this, but I have never seen this issue. At 48% every time, I hear the hard drive click click and the the Xbox force power off. Sound like holding power button to force shut down. Turn back on and it's at 33% then goes to 48 and repeat. I understand if it threw out a error like E102, but shutting down is new. Any one experience the same?
 
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I have had the same issuse with my xbox one with the power brick do you know how to fix it I'm on the same os version on 2200 if there is like a file to download plz let me know thanks
 

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I have had the same issuse with my xbox one with the power brick do you know how to fix it I'm on the same os version on 2200 if there is like a file to download plz let me know thanks
Why do you say power brick? It stayed on, usually if it is a power brick issue then the console will not even turn on
 

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So I have an Xbox one x, replaced and formatted multiple hard drives and experienced same result. So current verison os is 2200. From reading the OSU1 list, this verison is the latest and not part of OSU1 yet. My theory of the problem is this, but I have never seen this issue. At 48% every time, I hear the hard drive click click and the the Xbox force power off. Sound like holding power button to force shut down. Turn back on and it's at 33% then goes to 48 and repeat. I understand if it threw out a error like E102, but shutting down is new. Any one experience the same?

Insider program or bad hard drive. XB 1 and PS4 area real sensitive with hard drives. Any failing drive that works will fail.
 

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Insider program or bad hard drive. XB 1 and PS4 area real sensitive with hard drives. Any failing drive that works will fail.
That's reasonable, but why shut down? Usually when the update fails it throws an error out
 
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