Some gamers may encounter the error message Xbox Live profiles can’t be downloaded, Error Code 8007045D when attempting to download your Xbox Live profile or an update or launch a game or app on your Xbox console or Windows 11 or Windows 10 gaming rig. This post is intended to help affected gamers with the most suitable solutions to resolve the Xbox error code on their gaming device.
When you encounter this issue, you’ll receive the following full error message;
Sorry, Xbox Live profiles can’t be downloaded right now. Try again later.
Status code 8007045D
This error indicates that an error occurred during the download. In some cases, you may receive this error during a console system update or console setup, in which case, you can try the solutions in the post on how to fix Xbox update error codes.
Fix Xbox Error Code 8007045D
If you’re faced with this issue, depending on your gaming device, you can try our recommended solutions below in no particular order and see if that helps to fix the Xbox Error Code 8007045D that occurred on your Xbox console or Windows 11/10 gaming rig.
- Restart Internet and Gaming device
- Check Network and Internet connection
- Check NAT type
- Flush DNS
- Clear Cache
- Check the drive in use
- Check account and subscription
- Uninstall and reinstall game/app
- Reset Gaming device
- Contact Xbox Support
Xbox Live profiles can’t be downloaded right now
Let’s take a look at the description of the process involved concerning each of the listed solutions.
Before you try the solutions below, this error could be due to a transient issue at Xbox end – so, you can wait a while and check the Xbox Live status then try again if all services are up and running.
1] Restart Internet and Gaming device
A quick PC restart or your Xbox console, as well as your internet device (modem/router) can fix the Xbox Error Code 0x8007045D that occurred on your gaming device.
Console gamers can also power cycle their device and see if that helps. To manually power cycle your Xbox console, do the following:
- Press and hold the Xbox button on the front of the console for approximately 10 seconds to turn off your console.
- Unplug your Xbox from the mains.
- Wait at least 30-60 seconds.
- Once the time elapses, plug your Xbox back into the power outlet.
- Now, press the Xbox button on the console or the Xbox button on your controller to turn your console back on.
In addition, make sure your router or modem firmware is updated (refer to the product manual). Likewise, make sure your Windows PC is updated or your console as the case may be.
2] Check Network and Internet connection
If you’re having Xbox Live networking issues, you’re likely to encounter this issue. So, if the Xbox Live status is all green for all services, but the error in view persists, it’s likely the problem is at your own end. In this case, you can fix Network and Internet connection problems on your gaming device to resolve any connectivity issues. You can also try the Network Reset feature if your computer cannot connect to the Internet at all.
3] Check NAT type
This applies to Xbox console gamers only.
Your NAT type is determined by the settings or features of the router on the network you are using to connect to the Internet. The Xbox console has the following NAT types:
If your NAT type is Open, your console is connected properly – in this mode, a quick reboot will resolve any issues due to a temporary glitch with your connection. On the other hand, if your NAT Type is Moderate or Strict, this generally indicates that there is some sort of restriction or blockage that is preventing your console from communicating properly.
This solution requires you to check your NAT type and make sure it’s set to Open – to do this, follow the instructions in the guide on how to fix Your network settings are blocking Party Chat [0x89231806] error.
4] Flush DNS
If the DNS settings are corrupted, it can prevent certain applications from making contact with the internet. In this case, you can flush the DNS.
5] Clear Cache
You may encounter this issue if the cached data on your gaming device gets corrupted. Temporary files and data are often stored on your gaming device to help improve gameplay. In the course of time, this cached data might become corrupted, which can lead to issues with connectivity, game freezes, or slow or unsuccessful game loads.
Console gamers can clear the cache on Xbox by following these instructions:
- Press the Xbox button on your controller.
- Go to your Settings menu.
- Select Devices and Connections.
- Select the Blu-Ray option.
- Choose the Persistent Storage option.
- Select Clear.
If clearing the cache on your gaming device didn’t work for you, proceed with the next solution.
6] Check the drive in use
This applies to both the console and PC.
Check the drive in use if you’re downloading a game or app update on the gaming device. This means you need to make sure if it’s the internal drive or external that the game or app being updated is installed.
- PC gamers can choose the drive to download content to on your device by following the instructions in the guide on how to fix Error Code 0x80242022.
- Console gamers can configure the option on their device via Settings > System > Manage storage – there you can select which storage device (internal or external) you want to install your content on.
7] Check account and subscription
This solution requires you to check for and fix any Xbox account issues and Xbox Game Pass subscription issues you might be having. Make sure that your Game Pass Plan is active. Sign in to the Xbox app or the Microsoft Store, whichever one you’re using. Also, ensure that the device is online during the game installation/update or when you launch the game.
8] Uninstall and reinstall game/app
You can uninstall the game/app in question (preferably, use a third-party software uninstaller), and then reinstall the item and see if that helps. You can repair or reset the app first and if that didn’t help, you can proceed with uninstall/reinstall.
9] Reset Gaming device
This solution requires you to reset your gaming device and see if the issue is resolved.
10] Contact Xbox Support
If nothing has worked so far, you can contact Xbox Support and see if they can be of any useful assistance.
Hope this helps!
How do you fix Xbox error code 0x800704cf?
To fix the Xbox error code 0x800704cf on your Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S console, you can try any of the following suggestions:
- Hard Reset your Xbox console.
- Check Network Status.
- Connect Xbox to WiFi.
- Check Xbox Service Status in your country/region.
- Alternate the Mac Address.
- Change IP Address.
- Login in to your Xbox Account from different device.
- Reset your Router.
How do I fix error code 0x803f900a?
If you have encountered the Xbox error code 0x803f900a on your console, amongst other fixes, you can try the following suggestion to resolve the issue: Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide. Go to Profile & system. Select Settings > Account > Subscriptions. If the subscription has lapsed, select Renew and follow the steps to renew.