This is a fairly common error code that many Xbox One Owners run into because of a failed update or some other reason. Most people think that error e200 means that the Xbox One is bricked and send it back for a replacement/repair.
However, you don’t have to send your Xbox One back or sell it because this error can be easily fixed by applying a simple offline update via USB flash drive. If you have tried everything to solve this problem then try the method below. Hopefully, it will work for you.
Here’s how to fix error e200 on Xbox One
- Head over to Xbox.com and download the FactoryReset file. You can also click here to download.
- Unzip the file (using Winzip/WinRar, etc) and copy all the contents of the file to your USB flash drive.
- Turn your Xbox One Off. Unplug the power cord to make sure that it’s entirely off.
- Plug the power cord back into your Xbox One and insert the USB flash drive into the console.
- Hold the Bind button (The button that’s used to connect the controller) and the Eject button, while holding both of these buttons press the power button.
- Keep holding both Bind and Eject buttons until you hear 2 power-up tones.
- You can release the buttons after you hear the second power-up tone.
- Once the update completes, your console will restart and you can use your Xbox One again, both offline and online.
- If this method doesn’t work for you then let us know. We will help you out and get your Xbox One back running in no time.
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