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E100 Code on start up and wont apply Update

Hi, I've got an issue with my Xbox One console. when I turn on the Xbox it doesn't give me the start up green screen. It goes straight to something went wrong and gives me a error E100 code. I was wondering is this a Hard Drive Issue? OR a Disk Drive issue. I really don't want to buy a new Xbox. Hope someone can tell me the issue thanks in advance.

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To resolve this problem, use the Xbox One System Update Solution:

Go to the Xbox One System Update Solution.

Select I am getting an error message or an error code.

Select I am getting an error code.

Scroll down the screen and select E100 XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX.

Follow the instructions in Step 4 to successfully update your console.

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Absolutely useless answer

I agree.

Even with doongrall the steps... Still get an error code

Make sure your disk drive didnt come unplugged. i shipped one to my bro and thats what happened.

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You need to make sure you have the original disk drive (they are married to the mother board) and make sure it is plugged in.

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I ended up fixing my e100 issue by turning off my wifi and manually updating my USB.

What if your original disk drive was the problem and has been replaced? Also, How did you update from the USB?

IMPORTANT! READ CAREFULLY (IT'S SIMPLE) FOR THIS PROCESS YOU'LL NEED A WINDOWS (7, 8, 8.1, 10) COMPUTER CAN'T DO IT WITH MAC LINK: http://www.xbox.com/xboxone/osu1

also i recommend you to use this procedure as you last shot, since you can HARD RESET you xbox and it may fix it, if not then you go on with this process.

you can get the latest OEM update from the xbox page, just will be needing a usb flash drive as minimum 8GB and then format it as a NTFS (since that's the format the xbox is compatible with) and then you'll take the compressed OSU1.RAR file and of course decompress it, copy the $SystemUpdate folder that you will get, put it into the drive (NFTS FORMATED) root and that's it, you will have to turn off the xbox, then unplug the power cord, press the xbox power button as many times as you can that's how you will make sure is completely off. then press simultaneously the sync button, the eject button and the xbox power button at the same time, you'll hear a "bip" but keep holding it till you hear a second "bip" that's how you get to the xbox Trouble Shooting menu, then simply select the (offline update via USB) and that's it. just need to wait for it to install, you'll need to update the xbox with this procedure just by this time, next time i'll be fine.

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With my brothers Xbox one all he did was take it apart and unplug the hard drive and plug it back in. Worked like a charm. Wouldn’t try this with the Xbox one S

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I have an original Xbox One and only run into this problem once a month or so.

When the troubleshoot screen appears, select “turn off Xbox.” Once it’s completely through turning off, unplug the power box from the power socket and the Xbox itself.

Wait around 10 minutes and plug the box back into the socket. I waited a minute-ish and plugged it into the Xbox.

Manually open the troubleshoot by simultaneously holding the “sync“ and “eject” buttons while also pressing the power button. Wait for the second tone, and select “reset but keep games and apps.”

This was successful for me and I hope it helps someone else!

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