Xbox 1 error code e106


What is Xbox one error code e106?

The X10 one e106 error code is an error that typically occurs when the console is not functioning properly or is not responding.

How can you fix Xbox one error code e106?

Some of the solutions to this error include removing the cache and resetting your console.

Please see our detailed solutions detailed below.

Solution 1. Clear the cache

The Xbox One e106 error code is a system error caused by the data cache. Please turn off your device and unplug. Leave it unplugged for one minute to clear the cache. Then, to make sure it works, use the Clear System Cache feature. Please see below.

  1. Press the Guide button on your controller.
  2. Go to the Settings tab, select System Settings ==> Select Storage.
  3. Select one of the listed storage devices, press Y on the controller.
  4. Select Clear System Cache.
  5. When prompted to confirm, select Yes.

Solution 2. Reset your console

  1. An unsuccessful update on your Xbox may cause error e106. To resolve this problem, please reboot your console.
  2. Turn off your Xbox One.
  3. Unplug it for at least 30 seconds.
  4. Reconnect it, and then hold down the Bind button (located to the left of the Xbox One) and the Eject button.
  5. Then, turn on the console without releasing the Bind and Eject buttons.
  6. Release the Bind and Eject buttons after two start beeps.

After that, you must enter the Xbox startup troubleshooting utility.

Solution 3. Reformat Xbox One Hard disk drive

The X10 One e106 error code could be due to damaged firmware. Try reformatting it to solve the problem. See the instructions below.

  1. First, remove all hard drives, except the hard drive with Windows installed, and remove all USB storage devices from the computer.
  2. Connect the new hard drive, and then turn on your computer.
  3. Download these tools on your osu1 and XBOX One disk replacement script.
  4. Go to Disk Management. Type “Create and format hard disk partitions” in the Windows search and press the Enter key.
  5. Initialize the new hard drive, select MBR (Master Boot Record) and press OK.
  6. Create a folder on your C: \ drive. Named as Xbox.
  7. Copy and extract the XBOX One Drive readiness replacement script file that you downloaded.
  8. Open a command prompt. Type Cmd in the Windows search, right-click it, and select Run as administrator.
  9. In the command prompt, type cd and press the Enter key twice, type cd XBOX and press Enter.
  10. Then type cd xboxonehdd-master and press the Enter key, then type cd win and press the Enter key.
  11. Type create_xbox_drive.bat and press the Enter key.
  12. Press the disk number of the new hard disk.
  13. Press Y to confirm the process.