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Well, you used to be able to simply go view them at https://account.xbox.com/en-US/MyGames?xr=shellnav and it seems that has now changed. After a very long and exhausting (Norman P = 1/10 stars) chat with a Microsoft representative today I found out that they are having issues with the Market Place right now. Under my transactions, I could not see any of ...


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There isn't enough troubleshooting to determine the problem. However, I would try different things from the order of easiest to hardest: Change HDMI cable Use another HDMI device on same cable and same port. Test same XBox with different TV (same model would be best, but unlikely) Test same TV with a different XBox Connect HDMI to an AV receiver and split ...


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The four lights mean that it's not detecting the TV.


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As the other answers state, the Xbox 360 stores save data on an internal hard drive. The potential problem is the two disks being from different regions. Many game systems consider different regions of a game to be different games, so you may not be able to access your save data with a game from a different region. This does not take into account whether ...


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Your progress will persist if you get a new copy of Arkham Origins, because as a few people in the comments mentioned, the DVD is read-only, and if it weren't, writing and re-writing save data every time the game auto-saves or you do a manual save, would take a long time to do (for example, burning a small amount of data to a disc on a PC takes about a ...


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Game progress is saved on the Xbox hard drive, not on the game's DVD. So your saves are going to be fine if you can get another disc. Edit: I tried to google a bit to find some supporting evidence, and man is it hard to find. I mean, there are plenty of sources that will tell you the XBOX 360 has an internal hard drive, but basically nowhere that explicitly ...


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A bit confused on exactly what the problem is. However what i could get was that the controller has its LED just flashing and not connecting right? Most often it's because the batteries are low and need either new ones or fully charged ones. If that doesn't work, then there's a problem with either the connection sender or the battery case. To that extent i ...


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It took a good long time for to find this as well. Go into the co-op hub where you can see the big-screen display that shows things like steps taken. Stand in the center of the main platform and look at the board. The light bridge should be ramping down in front of you from right to left. Turn 90 degrees to the right; you should see the hanging surfaces that ...


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