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Basically, the game loads okay and I can get to the main menu, but as soon as I make any selection (to play the game, or to go to help & options, etc etc), the game freezes - sort of. The main menu's background continues rotating, as per the norm, and the music stays on, but no new screens load based on any of my selections and I can't back out; instead I'm stuck looking at the same main menu options as before, but they're frozen.




Where To Download Game Xbox One Menu



(For reference: I have the game as a digital download. I don't think that should be an issue since the game itself loads just fine, and since I haven't received any of the notifications I've read about on here about saving errors)


Game was working fine last night, completed building my Endermen farm shut it down, went to load game this morning froze on me couldn't exit menu had to manually shut off xbox 360 an restart, did 3 or 4 times, contacted Microsoft support they helped me format a brand new xbox 360 to factory specs and this time download digital copy of game hoping it would work since my other games all work but freezes at menu screen as soon as I click play game. Anyone know if they did a xbox 360 update and messed anything up in the coding to cause this, lost 3 months of buildings in 6 different worlds because this game isn't working properly now


Had to remove all DLC skins and texture packs, uninstall update to re install, then removed hard drive start game to get it to say cannot play without memory, then put the hard drive back in and finally got the game to play but if I download the skins and texture packs it starts all over again, lost lots of money due to the fact I cannot download the dlcs now


As ever, there's a little bit of admin and housekeeping involved if you want to download the Witcher 3 next-gen update on any of those machines. And it's worth noting that, even if you're playing on an older system like the PS4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch, your game should still receive an update today (it just won't be quite as powerful as the ones on the new hardware).


And so, keep on reading and we'll tell you how to download the Witcher 3 next-gen update, and we'll show you how to make sure you're playing the right version when you jump back into Geralt's greatest game to date. Only time will tell if The Witcher 4 can top it!


If you've never bought The Witcher 3 on Xbox before, you can buy the game directly from the Microsoft Store. If you're playing on an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S, your console will automatically download the enhanced version when you install the game. You'll notice that it says 'Enhanced for Xbox Series X/S' on the product page.


Note: consoles sometimes download updates when we're not looking, especially if you leave them on in the background, so it might have been installed already! On the same 'Manage game and add-ons' menu that we just told you how to get to, you can also click on 'File' - this will give you some update history, including the date of when your latest update was installed for this game. If it's 14th December, you already have the next-gen update installed.


If you've never bought The Witcher 3 on PC before, you can buy the game from Steam at this link. Before you play it for the first time, Steam should force you to download the latest update, which will bring all the next-gen features into the game.


There was a time when a 50gb game was crazy big. Now we have games going over 100gb and its not all that unusual. Even with a fibre connection, downloading a 100gb game is going to take some time. If you have just signed up for game pass on Xbox Live or for whatever reason have a whole lot of downloading to do all at once, you will want to be able to download the game while the Xbox One is powered down. By default this is disabled, but it is possible to make it happen.


The Xbox One will allow for background downloading when you are playing games and are in the main menu. Games tend to download faster when the system is doing nothing else, other than downloading the game. So if you are looking for a way to download games faster, this is the best method to go with. Downloading games overnight while you sleep is a win!


Sleep mode in the Xbox is done by powering the system down normally. Depending on the power options you have set, it will either go into fully powered down mode or go into sleep mode. The instructions above for modifying the power mode and startup settings will show you how to put the Xbox into sleep mode so that you can download games while the system is in sleep or rest mode.


The guide above will explain how to do this in detail. You will need to modify some power settings and also some download settings from the Xbox One settings menu. This will allow you to power down the console and allow games to continue downloading when the console is not using much power.


Even though the main menu and wording from the options will suggest you are turning the console off, you are actually putting it into sleep mode. While in sleep mode the console will have internet access and be able to continue downloading after shutdown.


I was trying to delete an excess of saved games for Fallout 4 which I amplaying. I guess I deleted my saved games from both the local and the cloud when I selected delete from everywhere. Would it still be possible to restore the deleted same games from the cloud or recover it somehow anyways? Or am I starting over. I would like to recover what I lost if possible.


Updating Stardew Valley on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X / S is also pretty simple. And again, you only need to follow this simple sequence of steps to get it downloaded and installed. This is primarily based on how the Xbox One menu works, but it's a similar process on Xbox Series X / S.


Like the other consoles, go over to where the Stardew Valley icon appears on your home menu and attempt to start it. From here, you'll be prompted to update to the Stardew Valley Update 1.5. Accept this.


On Android, you can use the in-game Fortnite parental controls to restrict or allow specific types of behaviour. The Google Play parental controls do not apply to Fortnite. In-game purchasing restrictions for Fortnite on Android are available via a PIN restriction. See here for more information. Need to know more?Follow these links to learn more or download this information.


Updated July 2, 2022 by Erik Petrovich: When it comes to the Skyrim inventory as it is formatted in the base game, there's a lot of room for improvement. The Skyrim mod Inventory category is comprised of some of the most popular Skyrim mods out there, but not all of them are worth downloading. The ones that are worth checking out are Skyrim inventory mods that improve the UI by conveying more information or making the inventory more accessible in some way. To this end, mods like 60 FPS Menus or Weightless might not necessarily seem like inventory-specific mods, but because they improve the user experience, they are worth checking out if they solve problems you experience in Skyrim.


Bethesda games aren't known particularly for having good optimization, especially with little things like menus. In the base game on Xbox One, menus can slow the game down significantly - the map can even be hard to scroll through without noticeable frame drops. The 60 FPS Menus mod gets rid of this problem.


PC players have access to the well-known SkyUI addon, which makes the game much more suited for keyboard-and-mouse gameplay by turning most menus into Tables, among other improvements. Console players don't have a mouse to finely select options in menus, making SkyUI much less useful. This is where the QD Inventory mod comes in.


SkyUI is one of the most popular PC mods for Skyrim because it completely overhauls the inventory and menu system of the game to be more suited for mouse-and-keyboard gameplay. No longer do players have to swipe to the different sides of the screen to access their magic or items, and much more information is given in the menus themselves than before.


In many ways, SkyUI makes Skyrim's menu and inventory screens much more like Oblivion's, with sortable columns, tabs for each type of item, and even lightweight filtering systems. SkyUI makes Skyrim much easier to play for PC players, but console players should avoid it as it's nigh-impossible to navigate with a gamepad.


So I did this last night and everything was fine and as I was downloading a game I fell asleep and I woke up to my Xbox having no signal on the tv is there anything that I probably did ? I tried replacing HDMI and I tried cleaning the ports and even tried to put it in low resolution mode but nothing my Xbox turns on and the remote connects but no signal on tv someone please help!!!


Step 5: The Game bar is pretty limited when it comes to screen recording, but you can adjust some video recording settings in the Game bar's settings menu and in the Xbox app. To open the Game bar's settings menu, open the Game bar and click the settings (gear) icon. Here, you'll be able to adjust background recording time, set the maximum length of clips (30 minutes, 1 hour or 2 hours), and have the Game bar remember the program as a game (this is turned on by default). For more advanced settings, such as the ability to set your own keyboard shortcuts to control the Game bar, click Go to the Xbox app to see more settings.


Clearing your cache will remove temporary data from your gaming activity, while leaving downloaded games, apps, and entertainment untouched, so you don't have to worry about accidentally deleting that data. Here's how it all works.


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