This is really getting frustrating.... I have a 4gb S (white) console and it will no longer connect to Xbox Live due to a required update. When I attempt the update, after about 3 seconds, I get this status code: 3F4B-0000-0080-0300-8007-0070
However, I have a 250gb HDD from my other console and when I insert the HDD into my white console ^^^^^, I get nearly through the update and when it gets to the end and says "Applying Update", it fails and gives me this status code: 3F4B-40A3-1380-267F-C000-0185
I am sick of getting the same response from every Xbox Support agent: "try installing the update from a USB" or "delete content". I have tried everything MULTIPLE times now with no resolution. Here's the issue that I deem to be the cause of it: I have corrupted system files being stored on the 4gb internal memory. I go into my storage under system settings and delete the corrupted files, attempt the update again, same status codes. When the console powers off and then back on again and I go back to system settings-storage, WHAT DO YOU KNOW?! ALL THE CORRUPTED FILES PLUS EVERYTHING ELSE I THOUGHT I DELETED HAS RETURNED!
In conclusion, I am in desperate need of instructions on how to permanently wipe everything off the internal memory. Please do not respond by asking me to do any of the steps on the website. They do not work and if you ask me to try it again, I will literally lose my mind. Just PLEASE HELP ME CLEAR THIS STUPID INTERNAL MEMORY SO I CAN ENJOY THE SERVICE THAT I AM PAYING $60 A YEAR TO USE!