Xbox error code 80070490 is an error that can occur when you’re trying to play an Xbox game on Windows 10.
This error can occur for several reasons, and today we’re going to show you how to fix it.
- Xbox error code 80070490 usually appears while trying to install or update your console.
- The cause for this is usually the lack of storage space on your console, so we recommend freeing up some space.
- Some users reported that trying different USB ports fixed the issue, so please try that.
- However, if your PC is updating or installing correctly, the Xbox error code 80070490 can be fixed by updating your console’s firmware.
Try a different browser
- Try using another browser other than Internet Explorer.
- Some users have reported fixing this error after using a different browser.
- Try updating your Internet Explorer
- Press the Windows key + I to open Settings.
- In the Settings app, click on Apps and then on Apps & features.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page, click on Internet Explorer, and then click on the Check for updates button.
- If an update is available, it will be installed automatically.
Check the internet connection
- Go through the steps for setting up Xbox and your PC’s internet connections.
- If network connections are fine, then check if your internet connection speed is sufficient.
Clear cache and cookies
- Open Internet Explorer.
- Click on Tools and select Internet Options.
- Click Advanced.
- Click the Reset button.
- Click Reset.
- After you reset Internet Explorer, try to play Xbox games online and see if the issue persists.
Check your antivirus
- Antivirus software will block your gaming console from accessing the internet.
- This error is usually caused by an antivirus.
- Disable your antivirus and see if that helps.
- Check your internet service provider (ISP)
- Make sure that you have a stable internet connection.
- Check any settings that might conflict
- Go to Settings > Network > Network Settings.
- Click on your Xbox Live connection > Test Xbox Live connection.