In at least one reported case, a console refusing to download the update spontaneously begin work, sometimes after hours of waiting.
This could be related to back-end network connectivity issues on the Microsoft server side.
This is a minor issue and should be fixed within a few days after the consoles launch on November 22.
Inserting a disc and installing it should be an easy task, but things have gone awry for some users.
Some of IGN's readers have noted that game installs seem to sputter out around the 97% mark, stalling out indefinitely.
Microsoft has issued some confirmed reports of these issues being fixed via their Xbox One Support forums.
The steps involve disconnecting your Xbox One console from the Internet and powering the console off manually with your finger.
Attempt to install the game once you boot the console back up, but make sure you're not connected to your Internet provider.Linking back up to the Internet once the install is complete works just fine, allowing you to update your games accordingly thereafter.Also you may also "Try Again" at least four (4) times before update takes effect.In addition to title updating issues, it is generally considered faster to install discs offline and then connecting to the Xbox Live network.This is because Xbox Live will first install any title updates which, depending on network status, may cause slowdowns.Users can install the game from the disc first, and then connect to Live, which will prompt the Xbox One to update.