MW3 Error Code: 1336

MW3 Error Code: 1336

Thread started by sebbbaaa on Wednesday, 2:29pm July 25th with 9 replies. Views: 7,830

sebbbaaa
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For the passed few days I have been constantly getting disconnected from XBOX Live for some reason, I have e-mailed the XBOX support team just then about this. Anyways, I just hopped onto MW3 and I played a match online for about 5 minutes and I was disconnected once again, but it said i needed to be signed in and I couldnt connect because i have an error 1336? does anyone know what this is?
Posted 2:29pm Jul 25th 12
Butler'
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cause you not quite 1337 bro
Posted 2:31pm Jul 25th 12
Rotary
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Looking online, it seems as if it's a very common error code, however error 1336 on windows is a problem creating a file so maybe that has something to do with it.
Posted 2:33pm Jul 25th 12
splash
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type the code into google it should tell you the problem if not just ring up xbox live.
Posted 2:34pm Jul 25th 12
Mr. Galvin
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cause you not quite 1337 bro

Quote from Smokey' on the 25th of July 2012
cbm tbh
Posted 2:42pm Jul 25th 12
deapthz
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your disks has problems
some of the files are no being read,

so xbx live , kicks you off thinking your a threat.

i suggest buy a new disk, or get a friends copy and install it,
than run It with you disk.
Posted 3:13pm Jul 25th 12
sebbbaaa
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your disks has problems
some of the files are no being read,

so xbx live , kicks you off thinking your a threat.

i suggest buy a new disk, or get a friends copy and install it,
than run It with you disk.

Quote from Deapthz on the 25th of July 2012
this is also happening to ANY game i play, and when i join an xbox live party, i wait around 5-10 mins and i then i cant connect to the party.
Posted 3:30pm Jul 25th 12
deapthz
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well see what the xbox support guys have to say,

if its not the disk, it could be your disk reader,
meaning getting a new console!!!



your disks has problems
some of the files are no being read,

so xbx live , kicks you off thinking your a threat.

i suggest buy a new disk, or get a friends copy and install it,
than run It with you disk.

Quote from 'Seb on the 25th of July 2012
this is also happening to ANY game i play, and when i join an xbox live party, i wait around 5-10 mins and i then i cant connect to the party.

Quote from Deapthz on the 25th of July 2012
Posted 3:33pm Jul 25th 12
hurvee
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I think you have isolated the problem yourself. If your games work/ brand new, it must be a console issue. looks like XBL servers are working fine. There are also no problems with online servers of CoD.
Posted 4:29am Jul 31st 12
scook
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Your discs and console are fine, those aren't the problem. It's most likely your Xbox's connection to their servers. Your NAT type is probably strict or moderate.
Open up your Xbox to the DMZ on your router (if you haven't already).
To do so is easy.
1:Open your internet browser and type in your router IP,which will most likely be 192.168.1.1
2.If it asks for a password enter "admin" without quotes and leave username field blank.
3.Go to the "Application and gaming" tab on top (this is the tab name Linksys uses that DMZ will be in, if you have a different router brand just search around the tabs for DMZ or google where to find it)
4. Just enter in your Xbox's IP address, Select Enable and then save settings.

If You need your Xbox's IP (which is easy), Go to your Xbox dashboard > Settings > System > Network Settings > Select the connection your Xbox uses > Configure Network; and where it says IP Address, remember the digits after the last Period. My Xbox IP is 192.168.1.138 so i would remember 138.

This opens up all the ports in your router to just the IP you've entered and makes a much shorter route to connecting to the servers. There's no security threat when you do this with your Xbox, but don't do this to any of your computer's IP addresses.
Posted 11:42am Aug 30th 12