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If I included the power adapter, can I expect to get it returned or would I end up with only a console and no power?
I just checked my adapter, the light is amber when the system is powered off and green when on.
Is there anything else I could try before sending it in again?
Microsoft's instructions are clear about sending only the console and none of the peripherals.
The same thing happens whether I start it with the controller, the power button or the eject button.
The console is an 120GB Elite model from around the time Forza 3 came out. I already sent it to Microsoft and it came back with a "dear customer, we looked but we couldn't find anything and therefore didn't fix anything" letter.
Can you try with a different HDMI cable or with an RCA or Component Video and see if that has the same effect? Update: I've traded up for a 320GB Slim, it is the same situation.
After setting up their USB stick, the next step is to power off and unplug your Xbox One, plug the power cord back in after 30 seconds then hold the bind and eject buttons while turning the system on.
The console will emit two power-up tones after 10-15 seconds, at which point owners can release the two buttons and wait for the system to automatically restart, completing the update process.
You can even swipe two fingers along the touchpad to swap profiles without the need to even open back the program.
From control mapping, to touchpad sensitivity, to marcos, to rainbow lightbar, to motion controls, to special actions triggerd by pressing multiple actions, to launching a program with profiles, there are plenty of settings to play around with.