Random Xbox LIVE Disconnection While Playing Online Games

Okay so I have seen a bunch of other posts regarding issues similar to this, and my issue is still not fixed. This has been happening for a couple months now. It seems everytime I play an online game now, my xbox get randomly disconnected from the Xbox LIVE service. Then when I go back to dashboard Xbox LIVE magically appears to be back and working. Sometimes I do get the 8015190B error code although it has not appeared for a while now. This disconnection can happen randomly from 5-30 minutes of playing an online game. I have a wired connection and a xbox 360 slim.

I have also tried the solution of deleting your profile, deleting your cache 3 times and then redownloading your profile, but that hasn't changed a thing. It also appears to have nothing to do with my router as my pc is connected aswell and internet service is also available even when my xbox gets disconnected.

I would appreciate any response as I am unimpressed that there is this many people having similar issues and still have no solutions.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

Based on my experience, frequent disconnections can be caused by either of the following:

- multiple devices on your network consuming high-bandwidth applications

- intereference

The latter is often one of the more common concerns I see. Many household products, such as cordless telephones and microwaves, can cause interference with wireless signals. Since you have a wired connection, I would assume that there are devices on your network taking up too much space.

Imagine your network as a sewage pipe. All your devices go through this one sewage pipe. However, when you try to cram 8 devices into a sewage pipe meant for two, it gets backed up and eventually breaks down. (I know, not the prettiest picture to put in your head) ;)

Let me know if I can be of any further help.

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I am the only one home right now, nothing other then my pc and xbox were connected at the time. I don't think two devices would make such an impact especially since I used to be running Xbox LIVE perfectly with plently more devices connected at the same time.

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