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Halo Reach's "Hard Drive Required For Co-Op On XBox Live" Bug Temporary

Microsoft created a sensation last week with the launch of the new Halo Reach whose sale numbers topped $200 million inside the first 24 hours of release. If you are one of those who excitedly purchased the new game, you may have been disappointed to see this error message

“One or more players do not have an Xbox 360 Hard Drive. An Xbox 360 Hard Drive is required to play co-op on Xbox LIVE or system link”

Basically, the game fails to load in co-op mode when one of the users in the playing mode does not have a hard drive connected to their XBox 360 console. However, Microsoft has noted that this is a temporary issue that should be sorted out soon. The company has issued a statement that says the company is presently “working to resolve it“.

Hopefully, users affected by the issue can soon get back to co-op on their consoles.

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