So many of the Xbox 360’s amazing features depend on a single thing: the ability to access the internet. With our guide to connecting your Xbox 360 to your existing wireless network, you can easily set up your console and ensure you don’t miss out on a single awesome feature.
The Xbox 360 gaming experience is closely integrated with its online service, Xbox Live. In this article, Bright Hub shows you how to set up Xbox Live for your Xbox 360 and get online with your friends in next to no time.
For all of you out there who jumped on the new Xbox 360 Slim bandwagon, or have recently picked up a newer, bigger hard drive, our guide to transferring files between hard drives will walk you through the process of switching over.
If you’ve tried the smaller Xbox Live support techniques and nothing is working, move on to some more advanced areas to try and fix the connection problem. Changing your network settings is a great way to try and smooth out any bugs.
Lost your gamertag? Maybe you’re moving your old Xbox account over to a new Xbox 360 console? There are several different reasons that you might need to recover your gamertag and here is what you need to do.
RRoD is a well known error for Xbox 360 gamers. Even though the newest Xbox 360 release has erased this problem, it was reported to be having a new type of error – the E74 error, which really have a slim chance of happening. The older XBOX 360 models still suffer from this. Here are some solutions.