Xbox updating system
All Xbox One power bricks have a light on them to signify they are receiving electrical current.
If you see a solid white or solid orange light, the power supply is working properly.
Another issue being reported by users is that the system won’t power on, or if it does, it is for a limited time only and then quickly shuts off.
This could be the console itself, but it is more likely the power brick.
Thankfully none seem to be due to the hardware itself, so there are possible fixes you should try before contacting Microsoft.
Possible solutions: The issue with the audio could be one of several things, ranging from a software setting to faulty connections.
Before you contact Microsoft, there are a few steps you should try first.
The bad news is you may need to purchase a new cable or two (or call Microsoft and wait for a replacement), but the good news is that it may be as simple as changing your options. This process happens in the background, and gamers can generally start playing the game as the installation is ongoing.
Some users have reported that the installation process is freezing, often at zero percent, which means the game won’t play at all.
When this occurs, the Xbox One won’t be able to access the majority of Xbox One features.
Possible solutions: This could be an issue with the Xbox One, a problem with your internet connection, or even something on Microsoft’s end.