Solution 1. Clear the cache
Xbox One error code e106 is a system error caused by data cache. Please turn off your device and unplug. Allow it to remained unplugged for one minute so the cache will be flushed from the memory. Then to make sure it works, use Clear System Cache function. Please see below.
- Press the Guide button on your controller.
- Go to Settings Tab, select System Settings ==> Select Storage.
- Select any of the listed storage device press Y on the controller.
- Select Clear System Cache.
- When prompted for a confirmation, select Yes.
- Solution 2. Reset your console
- An unsuccessful update on your Xbox could cause error e106. To resolve this problem, please reset your console.
- Turn off your Xbox One.
- Unplug it for at least 30 seconds.
- Plug it back, then press and hold Bind button (located on the left side of the Xbox One) and the Ejectbutton.
- Then, power on the console without releasing the Bind and Eject button.
- Release the Bind and Eject button after two power-up beep sounds.
- After that, you should enter the Xbox Startup Troubleshooter.
- Then select the Reset this Xbox using the controller.
Had the same problem, I've tried everything. What worked was a new harddrive, all e106 errors relate to your harddrive. You can find a tb one for abt 50$. If you have the proper screwdriver, anybody with a brain can get into Xbox and replace it, just takes some time. Just unplug your last one and plug in the new one. When you power on your xbox it will act as brand new. All of your game info is saved in the cloud, you'll just need to reinstall your games. A repair place will charge you 150$, not good.
Which hardrive do I get
Drew Velios 의
I got the Seagate BarraCuda 2.5" ST1000LM048 - 1 TB - 2,5" - 5400 rpm - SATA-600 - 128 MB cache
Alexander Pontikis 의
Same issue for the last two days thank you guys
I repaired a console where the error 106 was a faulty hdd cable, hard to get for the Xb1s too:(
Travis Frost 의