My xbox keeps updating games
A week ago, that interface was fast and fluid and totally hitch-free, but this morning, it’s like someone walked the frame rate down to single-digits-ville.
I noticed one of the issues the update fixes was: “Addresses dashboard performance for some users.” I can’t imagine what changed between now and a week ago that I’m now one of “some users.” Did Microsoft issue a silent update that my Xbox One downloaded unwittingly, and that introduced the issue?
Now we’re back again with a possible fix for this old game, as well as an updated 64-bit compatible installer.
However, Star Wars Racer is a game fraught with strange complications and problems and may not work on all PCs.
It’s as if Microsoft believes we’re living in some perfect future moment, where being able to back-step through a device’s activities is nonessential, and where system updates work without problems every time.We're really sorry for the inconvenience, but please would you disable your ad-blocker? We get paid based on the number of views AND the number of clicks. If it wasn't for ads, the internet would lose a whole chunk of really great niche content like this, which would be a real shame in our opinion.Our adverts are relevant and non-intrusive, they appear only at the top and the sides, never in the content. Now, go ahead and read the page if you want to, but wouldn't it be much more convenient if you just whitelisted us?Our only advice is to try it and cross your fingers!While Star Wars Episode I: Racer will install without any issues on a 32 bit machine, if you are running the 64 bit version of Windows then the installer will simply not run.