There\u2019s nothing more frustrating than running into an error code with your console. After all, don\u2019t you want to start up a game without having that sort of problem? But they do pop up every once in awhile, usually due to something outside of your control. This could range from a problem with Xbox Live to a server issue with the specific game, too, in the most extreme case, something with the console itself. We\u2019ve broken down some of the more common error codes found on the Xbox One consoles below, as well as solutions on how to alleviate them when available. If push comes to shove, there\u2019s always contacting Xbox Live Support for further assistance in case there\u2019s a bigger problem at hand. That said, follow these steps for the codes first to see if the problem can be solved. Where do I find this error code? When you usually run into an error, you\u2019ll see the code designated with your system information, as pictured below. It could also pop up in bigger print, depending on the severity of the issue. It\u2019s relatively easy to spot and snag a picture for further reference. This should help you pinpoint where to find an error code. (Screengrab via Win10Support) Now let\u2019s break down what kind of codes there are. Network and system issues Let\u2019s say you run into codes that fall under these specific digits: beginning with 80072, 87dd, 8007019, 8019019. These are network issue codes. Usually, this means there\u2019s a problem with your Internet. Should you run into any of these, you\u2019ll want to make sure you have a secure connection. If you\u2019ve got a wired cable running from the router to your system, make sure it didn\u2019t come loose. If it\u2019s wireless, run a connection test with your system. You might need to reset your router if push comes to shove. But usually, a simple reset or securing your connections should get you up and running in no time. As far as resetting your router, follow the directions that came with it. Usually, it\u2019s a 30-second power cycle, turning it off and then back on. There\u2019s also error code 0x87DD0006. Usually, this doesn\u2019t have to do with the network itself, but rather something that happens during sign-in. Double-check your settings and try it again a little bit later. With error code 8b050033, you might need to update the game, and for some reason, it\u2019s not able to retrieve it. It\u2019s nothing on your part, but probably something to do with the game server. There\u2019s also a possibility the update isn\u2019t ready, as indicated. In that regard, try again at a later time. More severe problems Then there are the error codes that aren\u2019t as likely as the ones we\u2019ve previously seen. That\u2019s because these may result in you having to send your system into Microsoft to repair. First off, there\u2019s an error code that starts with E101. In this regard, you may have attempted to perform an emergency offline update. If you run into this, you\u2019ll need to contact Xbox Live Support for further help. Usually, they can fix the problem without having to send it to your system. The same goes for a code that starts with E203. This is another update-related code, which can also be resolved with the steps above. Now, with the E100 code, things get a little more severe. Run into one of these, and you might have a damaged console. This is usually due to something going wrong with an update, like the power cutting out. This isn\u2019t nearly as common as other codes, but if it comes up, you\u2019ll need to contact Xbox Support for a potential repair. If you don\u2019t, you could run the risk of \u201cbricking\u201d your console, in which case it stops working. Other issues, but not as bad With an error code that begins E200 00000116, you could very well see a problem with a game you\u2019re trying to install. There\u2019s not a problem with your system, though. Instead, delete what ended up on the hardware, then attempt another install. Make sure your connection is good first, so you don\u2019t run into the same issue. Finally, there\u2019s an error code 8000001f. It only occurs if you\u2019re having trouble with the Xbox One Smartglass on Android. When you get this, there\u2019s a connection issue between your device and your system. You\u2019ll need to make sure both are registered on your Xbox account and set to connect, usually through the Xbox app. Once you check everything\u2019s in tip-top shape, it should connect with no problem. As for any unforeseen error codes, your best bet is to contact Xbox Live support. But these are the most common, and, as you can see, most of the solutions are easy to come by.