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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 154423 27-Oct-2014 19:12
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Signed up today on this site. My xbox ones internet connection all of a sudden stopped working after 2 weeks use. It said I had no toredo IP and to open port 3544. I looked up every possible solution about forwarding ports and what not. After a good 3 hours with my mate who is a programmer (or something along those lines) he couldn't fix it. Then after he left I read somewhere that if you restore your xbox one to factory default and change location from Nz to Australia it can work. I gave this a go and to my surprise this has worked for me. I'm still amazed. I'm not sure how long his will work for but I will respond to this thread if it does crap out again

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  Reply # 1163140 27-Oct-2014 19:23
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Sounds like your Xbox One just needed a reboot. When you switch regions, you get the restart option. Did you try rebooting it before that?




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  Reply # 1163617 28-Oct-2014 15:11
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yeah im hoping the reboot will fix the problem completely... i tried to book a movie through xbox video and it made me change my region back to new zealand. so obviously the region change does nothing.

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