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I fixed it by playing a game that I knew had a lot of huge updates and would force the BF4 updates out of the cache. I fired up BF4, and the 360 went looking for BF4 updates, found update eight, and moved it into the cache.
Since then I've played five hours total without freezing.
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Two and a half hours in a row yesterday and two and a half hours today.
Including a complete rotation through the Second Assault maps. Clearing the cache forces you to redownload all updates, but it can also break game--especially older ones--where the devs put the save files or part of the program code in the cache. If your BF4 freezes the 360, give this a try and let me know how it worked.
Thanks for the info, but quick question (might be a dumb one) when playing BF3 to get the BF4 updates out of the cache, do you have to be online? just because I don't know if it would still move the BF3 multiplayer updates into the cache if you are offline.
I was getting a lot of freezes and 'disc unreadable errors' ...
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