No I have not tried that but that is not a solution. From a customers point of view that means I have to reset my progress and their is no guarantee it will not happen again therefore making the game unplayable. Why would I want to keep starting over again and again.
Unless someone can show me that doing this has worked and fixed the problem permanently it is not a solution.
So you don’t have a solution, yet refuse to try something to find said solution. Yeah sounds like your on the right track, bud. News flash, forza uses cloud storage. Delete your whole gamertag off the Xbox and reload. I had same issues a few months back. Not anymore. Also, buyer beware is misleading because it is not a widespread problem, therefore nobody needs to ‘beware’.
I too was experiencing some crashing to the dashboard. This is not isolated to just Forza 5. If you do a google search for “Xbox One Crash to Dashboard” you will find several results.
This is likely due to a memory leak. The RAM does not properly flush when the system is in sleep mode. The workaround for now is to do a full shut down. Shut down the machine and unplug it. allow it to fully power down (count to 30) then plug it back in and resume playing.
This will not make the issue go away completely. But it is a work around for until MS patches this issue.
I am having the same issues … I got up to the 1st race …played then it said installing but it just plays the title screen over and over it doesn’t give me the chance to press A I’m going to delete then reinstall
I thought this meant that the system for whatever reason did not update (maybe a different game was in the console and game/console did not handshake), but swap discs, power cycle, all ok.
I still think Microsoft should make these things obvious, and stop with the undercover operations, or at least send us messages to keep us on top of these things. I shouldn’t spend $500 and have to ever worry that something is wrong.
I think being able to easily find the issue on the internet is obvious enough but OK… on another note, if you buy a car for $500 you shouldn’t expect problems out of it either? In that case if you buy a brand new Prius the accelerator should never stick… well it shouldnt but it did. Reality check, everything has issues.