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How do I fix the error code 4b538e50?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The error code 4b538e50 is a runtime error that occurs when an application tries to access a protected file. This error is caused by a lack of permissions on the file or directory. The user must be given read and write permissions on the file or directory in order to access it.

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1. Update your Xbox One console

  1. On your Xbox One console, go to Settings.
  2. Select System and then select Console info.
  3. Under Console info, select System update.
  4. On the System update screen, select Yes to update your console.
  5. After the update is complete, select Console info again and under Console info, select System update.
  6. On the System update screen, select No to exit without updating.
  7. If you are prompted to sign in again, sign in.
  8. If you are not prompted to sign in again, your console is updated.

2. Reset your Xbox One console

  1. First, turn off your Xbox One console by pressing the power button on the front of the device.
  2. Next, wait 10 seconds until the system has fully shut off.
  3. Remove the hard drive and memory card from your Xbox One console.
  4. Restart your Xbox One console by inserting the hard drive and memory card back into the device and turning it on.
  5. Once your Xbox One console has restarted, press the X button to open the Xbox One Settings menu.
  6. Navigate to System and select the Reset Your Xbox One option.
  7. Follow the on-screen instructions to reset your Xbox One console.

3. Delete the offending profile and recreate it

First, access your Facebook account from a desktop or laptop. Next, click on the three lines in the top left corner of the main Facebook screen. Under "Settings," click on "Account Settings." Under "Account Details," click on the "Deactivate your account" link. Enter your login information and click on the "Deactivate your account" button. Once your account has been deactivated, click on the "Reconnect" link in the email that was sent to you. Enter your login information and click on the "Reconnect" button. You'll be re-directed to the main Facebook screen. In the top right corner of the screen, click on the "Your Facebook Profile" link. Under "Your Facebook Profile," click on the "Settings" link. Under "Account Details," click on the "Delete your account" link. Enter your login information and click on the "Delete your account" button. You'll be taken to a confirmation page. Click on the "Yes, delete my account" button. Your Facebook account will be deleted. To recreate your Facebook account, follow the instructions above, but replace "Delete your account" with "Reconnect."

4. Power cycle your Xbox One console

  1. Open the Xbox One Guide.
  2. Select the "System" tab.
  3. Select "Power Cycle."
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

5. Contact Xbox Support

  1. Launch the Xbox One guide.
  2. Select “Settings” from the main menu.
  3. Select “System” from the main menu.
  4. Select “Advanced” from the main menu.
  5. Select “System Update” from the submenu.
  6. Select “Check for Updates” from the main menu.
  7. If an update is available, select it and click “Install”.
  8. When the update is complete, restart the Xbox One.
  9. If the error code 4b538e50 still exists, repeat steps 4-8.