Xbox library not updating
You’d think that Microsoft would have used the last couple years to smooth out the kinks in the Xbox One.
The company has fixed plenty of bugs since the console’s release in 2013, yes, but many of the problems users have been experiencing have evolved alongside the console.
When you put a disc in the console’s optical drive, it makes a grinding sound.
An error message then reads, “Sorry we can’t play that disc.
Depending on the amount of songs you have, and how fast your computer is this process can take from 30 seconds to 15 minutes.
For my little 429-track library, it took less than 2 minutes, which is quick keeping in mind that ) are tagged with album art and all other information.
If you have an Xbox 360 or a Windows Mobile phone, then your best bet on syncing all your music and media would be Windows Media Player 12.
Sadly enough, you may have already encountered problems refreshing your library and keeping things tidy.
Keep the Services window open; we’ll need it again, later on, to re-enable this service after we first eliminate a few files.
You may have better luck just contacting Microsoft through phone or live chat.
The problem is something that a number of Xbox One users have reported, but thankfully, they also report that it doesn’t actually damage the disc.
This is no consolation if your Xbox One, Xbox One S, or Xbox One X is out of commission.
Thankfully, our guide covers the common problems associated with the console, along with a few solutions.