Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.

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PostRe: Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.
by BID0 » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:23 am

Photek we have more content on our Xbox's than you that's why the updates always kill our systems for the first few days and yours is buttery smooth.

The problem stems from the Xbox One file system needing to check every single file on the storage pools. If you have a lot of content then the HDD is busy reading/writing and that's why you can't do things like launch games, have laggy menu response times and images not loading etc because the drives are running at 100% searching everything.

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PostRe: Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.
by Photek » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:31 am

BID0 wrote:Photek we have more content on our Xbox's than you that's why the updates always kill our systems for the first few days and yours is buttery smooth.

The problem stems from the Xbox One file system needing to check every single file on the storage pools. If you have a lot of content then the HDD is busy reading/writing and that's why you can't do things like launch games, have laggy menu response times and images not loading etc because the drives are running at 100% searching everything.


I have 2TB's and the internal of my One X all full, so thats 3 TB's and when I swap in and out the full 1TB external they pop up as soon as I plug them in.... :?:

If you have a 20TB drive full of stuff then fair enough.

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PostRe: Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.
by BID0 » Fri Oct 16, 2020 10:41 am

Photek wrote:
BID0 wrote:Photek we have more content on our Xbox's than you that's why the updates always kill our systems for the first few days and yours is buttery smooth.

The problem stems from the Xbox One file system needing to check every single file on the storage pools. If you have a lot of content then the HDD is busy reading/writing and that's why you can't do things like launch games, have laggy menu response times and images not loading etc because the drives are running at 100% searching everything.


I have 2TB's and the internal of my One X all full, so thats 3 TB's and when I swap in and out the full 1TB external they pop up as soon as I plug them in.... :?:

If you have a 20TB drive full of stuff then fair enough.

It's not file size, it's quantity that's the problem. A 100GB game takes as long to check as a 30MB add on.

You probably have like 100-200 games and maybe 60 add ons? I have about 20 games installed on my internal and 1,500+ addons

The Xbox One OS, and by extension the Series OS, isn't designed for huge amounts of content. The internal SSD on the Series consoles should alleviate the problem with the OS though.

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PostRe: Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.
by rinks » Fri Oct 16, 2020 11:12 am

Never mind that. I want to know how Photek has got Sea of Thieves running on an OG Xbox.

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PostRe: Xbox Chat - October Dashboard Update starts rolling out today.
by Photek » Fri Oct 16, 2020 12:00 pm

:lol: I meant OG Xbox One of course. :shifty:

1500+ add ons... a very particular case then. The OS should work better yes but you may end up with a similar problem. :dread:

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