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How to fix Xbox System Error E106 00000000 80070570

System Error E106 00000000 80070570

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    Within the range of system errors that affect the Xbox, the System Error E106 00000000 80070570 is one of the more common error codes, and a confusing array of options required to fix it.

    Unfortunately, there are various causes for the E106 00000000 80070570 error, ranging from a connectivity issue, or a local cache issue. 

    This error also tends to appear when opening and viewing your profile leaving you with less amount of control over your Xbox.

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    Lastly, there is indeed chances for your hard drive to be affected while downloading or already download material.

    Broadly speaking, error codes E103, E105, E106, and E200 mostly initiate from either downloading issues or incomplete and faulty system updates.

    In this article will guide you through the most common reasons for the System Error E106 00000000 80070570 and how to exactly fix it.

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    How to fix Xbox System Error E106 00000000 80070570

    What causes a System Error E106 00000000 80070570?

    The E106 00000000 80070570 system error can be caused by multiple reasons. This makes it a little more tricky than other Xbox System Error codes to try and work out exactly what is causing the error.

    The most common reasons are, a corrupted local cache, a bad download or a faulty sector on your internal Xbox hard drive. 

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    The best way to diagnose which reason is causing your error, is to run through the solutions below one by one.

    Let’s get started.

    Clear System Cache

    The first, and less intrusive fix is to clear out your local system cache files.   Throughout lots of game play, these can become corrupted, and might be causing the error.

    To clear the local system cache, first turn off the Xbox and unplug the power cable from the rear.

    Wait for at least one minute in order for the Xbox components to fully power down.

    Connect the power cord again and power on the Xbox.

    • From the dashboard, open the system settings
    • Select the Console, then the Storage option in the menu
    • Select your local hard drive which is listed
    • Now press the Y button on the controller
    • Select the “Clear system cache”
    • The system will ask for permission, press the confirm button.

    Re-initialize your Xbox One

    If clearing the cache did not work for you, the next step is to reset your Xbox. Now, the best way to do this is to completely reset your Xbox and that means you will delete all the games you have previously installed, so proceed with caution.

    • Switch off your Xbox
    • Remove the power cable from the rear and wait for at least one minute.
    • Re-connect the power cable
    • Hold down the Bind and Eject button on the Xbox, and keep holding.
    • Tap the power button on the Xbox while holding down to the bind and eject buttons.
    • Do not let go of the Bind and Eject buttons until you see the screen display the troubleshooting safe mode options.
    • Release the bind and eject buttons.
    • Select “Reset this Xbox”
    • Select Delete all data
    • The Xbox will start to restore all settings to factory standard.

    Once complete (the Xbox will reboot a number of times) you will need to go through the initial setup process again.

    Try re-installing the Xbox Firmware

    If you still have no luck, the next option should be to re-install the firmware on your Xbox One. Proceed with caution as again this will also delete all your game data.

    • On a PC or Laptop, click here and download the latest Xbox System Operating System.
    • Extract the files from the download and copy to a USB memory stick (which must be at least 8GB and formatted in NTFS)
    • Go back to your Xbox and power it off. Unplug the power cable for at least 2 minutes.
    • Reconnect the power and insert your USB memory stick.  Press and hold down the Bind and Eject buttons and tap the power button. Keep holding down the Bind and Eject buttons.
    • Wait until you have heard three beeps and you will see a progress bar on the screen.  This is the Xbox re-installing the Firmware from  your USB memory stick.

    Your Xbox will reboot a number of times, and will eventually return to the original setup of your Xbox – then your Xbox will be back up running again

    Replacing the internal Hard Drive on the Xbox One

    The final option is to replace the internal hard drive in your Xbox One.  If you are still getting the E106 00000000 80070570 system error, then this more than likely points to bad sectors on your hard drive.

    Luckily we have a guide dedicated to doing exactly that – CLICK HERE to read our guide on replacing the Xbox One hard drive.

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