1. Rj.MoG

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    According to this below it was released on the 7th and they’re just being really slow about updating the files

    https://beta.support.xbox.com/help/...ngs-updates/whats-new-xbox-one-system-updates
     
  2. MrMario2011

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    Gotcha, you're correct. Makes sense as my friend's console stopped working on January 1, so he was exactly 1 update behind.
     
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    Hello, I want to know if someone has a backup, maybe I will drop quality files to me because I have been deleted, all files have not been lost.
     
  4. Rj.MoG

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    I bought an Xbox used, updated it, removed the files off the HDD and returned it. My xbone works fine now
    Backup of what??
     
  5. CaptainProton

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    So I recently completed following the steps as best as I could. I am using a Samsung 960GB SSD, so I had to pick one of the non-standard options, and while it looked like it went through the process successfully and I was able to update the disk using the USB drive I create with the system update, the XBOX is only showing something in the realm of 377GB for the available capacity and not the 794 that should be available per the partitioning performed.



    **********************************************************************
    * create_xbox_drive.bat: *
    * This script creates a correctly formatted Xbox One HDD against the *
    * drive YOU select. *
    * USE AT YOUR OWN RISK *
    * *
    * Created 2016.06.30.2.0 *
    * Last Updated 2018.11.13.8.0 *
    * Language ID 0409 *
    * Language UI en-US *
    **********************************************************************

    * Administrative permissions required. Detecting permissions... *
    * Administrative permissions confirmed *

    * Are required drive letters available? Checking... *
    * H: is free
    * I: is free
    * J: is free
    * K: is free
    * L: is free
    * U: is free
    * V: is free
    * W: is free
    * X: is free
    * Y: is free

    * WARNING: Any non-free drive letters above may interfere with this *
    * script. Adjust the letters used in the "Changeable drive *
    * letters" section near the top of this script. *
    * If you have an Xbox One drive attached non-free drive *
    * letters are expected. *


    Press any key to continue . . .
    "This is a 64 Bit Operating System"

    Select Xbox One drive creation type:
    (a) Replace/Upgrade w/o a working original drive (Standard Only)
    (b) Replace/Upgrade keeping original drive data (Standard and Non)
    (c) Fix GUID values w/o formatting the drive (Standard and Non)
    (d) Backup "System Update" to current directory (Standard and Non)
    (e) Restore "System Update" from current directory (Standard and Non)
    (f) Check all partitions for file system errors (Standard and Non)
    (g) Wipe drive of all partitions and GUID values (Standard and Non)
    (h) CANCEL

    ?b


    * Scanning for connected USB/SATA drives . . . *

    Microsoft DiskPart version 10.0.19559.1000

    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.

    Disk ### Status Size Free Dyn Gpt
    -------- ------------- ------- ------- --- ---
    Disk 0 Online 931 GB 93 GB *
    Disk 1 Online 894 GB 894 GB *

    * Select SOURCE Xbox One Drive . . . *
    Enter 2 to CANCEL or use a Disk Number from the list above
    ?1

    * Does selected disk contain C: Checking... *
    * Does not contain C: can continue *

    * Assigning drive letters with C:\WINDOWS\system32\diskpart . . . *
    * Scanning for connected USB/SATA drives . . . *

    Microsoft DiskPart version 10.0.19559.1000

    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.

    Disk ### Status Size Free Dyn Gpt
    -------- ------------- ------- ------- --- ---
    Disk 0 Online 931 GB 93 GB *
    Disk 1 Online 894 GB 894 GB *

    * Select TARGET Xbox One Drive . . . *
    Enter 2 to CANCEL or use a Disk Number from the list above
    ?1

    * Does selected disk contain C: Checking... *
    * Does not contain C: can continue *


    GUID Dev Size Name
    B85EB70C-81C5-413E-AE35-62F7F77BA358

    WARNING: This will erase all data on this disk. Continue [Y,N]?Y

    * Disk 1 will be formatted as an Xbox One . . . *


    Select partition layout:
    (a) 500GB Standard (365GB)
    (b) 1TB Standard (781GB)
    (c) 2TB Standard (1662GB)
    (d) Autosize Non-Standard w/ 500GB Disk GUID (1947GB MAX)
    (e) Autosize Non-Standard w/ 1TB Disk GUID (1947GB MAX)
    (f) Autosize Non-Standard w/ 2TB Disk GUID (1947GB MAX)
    (g) CANCEL

    ?e

    * Removing existing partitions with gdisk64 . . . *
    * Creating new partitions with gdisk64 . . . *
    * Updating GUID values with gdisk64 . . . *



    Microsoft DiskPart version 10.0.19559.1000

    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.

    Volume ### Ltr Label Fs Type Size Status Info
    ---------- --- ----------- ----- ---------- ------- --------- --------
    Volume 0 C NTFS Partition 836 GB Healthy Boot
    Volume 1 SYSTEM FAT32 Partition 100 MB Healthy System
    Volume 2 D Temp Conten NTFS Partition 41 GB Healthy
    Volume 3 E User Conten NTFS Partition 794 GB Healthy
    Volume 4 F RAW Partition 40 GB Healthy
    Volume 5 G RAW Partition 12 GB Healthy
    Volume 6 H RAW Partition 7168 MB Healthy

    * Formatting new partitions with C:\WINDOWS\system32\format . . . *
    * Formatting with C:\WINDOWS\system32\diskpart . . . *
    * Assigning drive letters with C:\WINDOWS\system32\diskpart . . . *

    WARNING: About to copy to the TARGET disk. Continue [Y,N]?Y

    * Missing 'Temp Content' U:
    * Missing 'User Content' V:
    * Missing 'System Support' W:
    * Missing 'System Update' X:
    * Missing 'System Update 2' Y:
    * Something is missing, cannot copy data

    Microsoft DiskPart version 10.0.19559.1000

    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.

    Volume ### Ltr Label Fs Type Size Status Info
    ---------- --- ----------- ----- ---------- ------- --------- --------
    Volume 0 C NTFS Partition 836 GB Healthy Boot
    Volume 1 SYSTEM FAT32 Partition 100 MB Healthy System
    Volume 2 H DTemp Conte NTFS Partition 41 GB Healthy
    Volume 3 I DUser Conte NTFS Partition 794 GB Healthy
    Volume 4 J DSystem Sup NTFS Partition 40 GB Healthy
    Volume 5 K DSystem Upd NTFS Partition 12 GB Healthy
    Volume 6 L DSystem Upd NTFS Partition 7168 MB Healthy


    * Missing Drive X: 'System Update'. *

    * Script execution complete. *

    Press any key to continue . . .










    Is there a different combination of options I should have selected for setting up this disk? I have no means of connecting both the original disk and the new one simultaneously, though "B" was the only option for non-standard disk sizes that allowed me to partition the disk appropriately.

    Any suggestions or is this a hard issue with using a 960GB disk rather than a normal 1TB? Considering since version 7 of the script, it says it's compatible with non-standard sizes, so this shouldn't be an issue anymore, correct?
     
  6. djinc91

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    While it should be possible to get your non-standard sized drive working, it is better to avoid them if possible as if you ever need to perform a system reset through the console or OSU1 you will likely find it will reformat your drive to the incorrect size or not successfully format it at all.

    If you are willing to live with that then we can continue. I would try to format the drive again within windows so it is a blank NTFS drive then run the script again. Your chosen settings look correct however the drives should be U V W X Y and the output appears to be H I J K L. If you run the script again and get these drive letters I would try changing them manually through Windows afterwards and see if it works.
     
  7. Flinox

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    Hello guys,

    I have a problem with an update of omega ring version of xbox inside program and my xbox got stuck on the screen
    "Something Went Wrong" error E101 00000504 8B050041, then I try the troubleshoot to do the factory reset and I get the
    error E106 00000009 C0000102 and I get stuck in that loop. The OS system version is 19h1_release_xbox_dev_2002.200128-2000.

    I tried to apply the OSU1 offline update solution, but after I found out it will not work for
    who is part of the xbox inside program, because the OSU1 is the current retail version and what I have on my xbox
    is a higher version ( because I'm part of xbox inside program ).

    I recently read this post on common issues about replacing XBOX internal HD that after an OSU1 on a console that is part of
    Xbox inside program, one of the alternatives to fix this would be to have another Xbox that is also part of the
    program and copy the entire contents of the $SystemUpdate partition and take it to the same partition on the bricked console.

    Has anyone ever experienced this? Does anyone know if this solution works?
    Would anyone have this contents of $SystemUpdate from a console that is in the xbox inside program
    and have OS version 19h1_release_xbox_dev_2002.200128-2000 or higher to share?

    I appreciate that!

    Thank you guys.
     
  8. djinc91

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    Yes, it is ridiculously common, stay away from insider previews etc. and yes that solution works as long as it it matched with the same hardware revision (OG, S, X)
    If nobody has the software you'll just have to wait for an update from Microsoft.
     
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    Lessons learned !!
    Well, I will wait for an update !!

    Thank you !!
     
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    Hello all, brand newbie here...not a gamer but a father trying to help my daughter fix her Xbox One S (1 TB). I came across this thread during my research and have successfully partitioned a new HDD (2 TB Firecuda), however, I am still having problems getting the Xbox up and running. I am hopeful that someone can offer some insight on what to do next, whether it be suggesting additional steps to try or recommending throwing in the towel and sending the unit back to Microsoft.


    BACKGROUND

    My daughter's lightly used (new Xmas 2019, prolly <15 hrs/week for Minecraft and occasional Left 4 Dead) came down with the E200 error ~3-4 weeks ago, not exactly sure when as I didn't find out about it until well after my wife had started trying to fix it herself by attempting an offline system update per the Microsoft web instructions. Whatever she did, the offline update would always get stuck at 66% applying/86% total and would return to the "Something went wrong" screen.

    I tried the offline update myself, confirmed the USB drive was formatted NTFS, reformatted the USB drive, re-downloaded/re-extracted OSU1 with no luck. Also tried re-setting the console to system defaults (both save games option and erase everything option), as well as leaving the console unplugged for 24+ hours multiple times. Always the same result - returning to the something went wrong screen after stalling at 66%/86%.

    A bit of research turned up a suggestion that E200 was related to a hard drive fault (although in hindsight this does not seem to be the case). Initially, I pulled the original HDD (1 TB), connected it to a W10 PC via USB>SATA adapter and "repaired" all of the Xbox partitions. Peculiar to note, when repairing the partitions, W10 would initially throw a dialogue that the partitions did not need to be repaired, however, once I clicked to proceed, another dialogue would indicate that indeed there were errors repaired (the repair process was always fairly quick, <60"). Following the repairs, the original HDD was returned to the Xbox and another attempt at an offline update was conducted with the same results as outlined above.

    Ultimately, I came across this thread and decided to give a new HDD a shot, so I purchased a 2 TB Firecuda. I was able to successfully partition the new HDD per the OP's instructions using W10. I confirmed the GUID's of the new partitions matched exactly to the GUID's listed in the readme.txt as well as the partition sizes. Unfortunately, once the offline update was conducted, it would still stall at 66%/86% and return to the something went wrong screen. I have tried this multiple times, reformatting the HDD several times. For my most recent attempt, I re-downloaded OSU1, extracted the files to a different, freshly NTFS formatted USB drive, and re-formatted the HDD again before running the script. For this most recent attempt, I stepped through the video, pausing at each step and comparing the video results to the results I was getting.

    A summary of my most recent attempt is below. I noted some minor deviations during my attempt from what I observed in the video - these deviations are underlined/in italics below. To be clear, these deviations are not things that I did differently from the directions, but a different response from the system update process.

    1) Successfully partition new 2 TB Firecuda drive using W10 and the scripts from Ver9 of xboxonehdd-master;
    2) Attach partitioned HDD to Xbox (system had been unplugged >24hrs)
    3) Reconnect power cord and turn system on
    4*) First screen to appear is a brief flash to the "Step 3: Applying Update" screen which is at ~35%/72%
    5) The above screen quickly switches to the "something went wrong" screen and displays an E106 error.
    6) Select the "Troubleshoot" menu
    7) Select "Reset" > "Remove Everything"
    8*) Unlike the video, the system does reboot on its own and returns to the Step 3: Applying Update screen at 35%/72%, and then reboots again
    9) Hold power button 10+ seconds to turn off
    10) Power back on, screen briefly returns to "Step 3: Applying Update" at ~35%/72%, but then quickly goes to the something went wrong screen (E106)
    11) Select troubleshoot menu
    12) Insert flash drive w/ OSU1, select offline update
    13) Offline update starts from "Step 1: Downloading Update"
    14) Update gets all the way to Step 3: Applying Update, 66%/86% - but then as before, returns to the "Something went wrong screen," although now it is showing an E200 error.

    I am at a loss as to what I should do next. Any chance there is something else to try or do I just need send it back to Microsoft?

    If you managed to make it this far, thanks for reading. Also, thanks in advance for any potential suggestions.
     
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    I have only used version 8 of the script but are you putting the files from the OSU1 into the system update partition as per the end of the script readme?
     
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    Not for the most recent attempt. In the video, the OP actually mentions to not do that anymore. At any rate, I did try it that way during the first few attempts and the result was the same.

    With respect to Ver8 vs Ver9 - I kept getting "System Update" missing with Ver8. The Ver8 script would act like it completed, but at the end, the partitions wouldn't be formatted. Ver9 worked just fine the 1st time through.
     
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    The OSU files are out of date. Find the latest ones on digiex
     
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    Thanks for the comment. FWIW - the date on the OSU1 files I obtained from the Microsoft website is December 2019. I am downloading the files from Digiex now, but it appears that those are also December 2019.

    I have seen discussions regarding offline update problems with the insider program, and I admittedly know nothing about the insider program. That said, I don't believe my daughter's console is part of said program, but honestly I would not know how to tell. At any rate, not sure if this helps, but the OS version listed on the error screen is:

    OS Version: 18363.8131.amd64fre.19h1_release_xbox_dev_1911.191213-0400
     
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    Below are the 8131 files

    https://mega.nz/#!TX5iiYLY!69lwaT2IqO66uJ8QKWMKxp_OAfgfwRB5zqnYgLIMjbc
     
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    Excellent. Thank you. I will download these when I get home tonight. Will post back with the results. Fingers crossed.
    Thanks again.
     
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    Hello, I want you to upload from onedrive from the system folder windows to xbox one X and where should I upload because I'm missing and that's why I don't know you can throw

    — Posts automatically merged - Please don't double post! —

    please send
     
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    Just a quick update - tried the offline update with the "New Files" linked above with no luck. Given that OSU1 contains many more files than the 7 "New Files", I suspect I have likely missed something or did something out of order. I tried numerous ways to use these files and documented the results at each step. I am still typing up the summary but will post it later tonight when I get home. Thanks again.
     
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    Nie problem not run E101 or E106
     
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