My Xbox doesnt like DVDS! Help A Girl Out!

I need some help. I've got an Xbox 360 slim and I can play games perfectly fine. However, when I put a DVD in and press play it comes up with the following notice: "A required storage device has been removed. Your console will now restart." from this point the system forces you to restart it. I don't know if any of you have had similar issues or may magically know the answer, regardless if you can help me out please comment. Thanks :D

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 24 Applies to:

Sorry to hear you are having this trouble.  Lets start with the easiest thing first.  Have you tried clearing the systems cache.  You can follow the instructions here to do so.  http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-360/settings-and-initial-setup/clear-system-cache

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Try Clearing The Cache By

1)Going to the Dashboard

2) Go all the way to the right

3) Press System

4) Then memory

5)Then Press Y on Your Hard Drive

6) Press Clear System Cache

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If you have a 4gig slim, it's just simply too small. Xbox's store the information on the DVD, and then play it, which is why it doesn't constantly spin like a normal DVD player. I have the same problem as well. Only thing you can do is remove as much usage as possible, or upgrade to a larger HDD :/

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Im wondering if perhaps you could use a flash drive for this? Something maybe 8gigs or more might work.

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