The Xbox Hard drive driver is a headache for gamers and is causing some headaches for Microsoft’s Xbox Live service, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Microsoft is currently working on a fix to the problem, but it is not currently available to customers.
The issue is not related to Xbox Live and has not been reported to Microsoft.
Bloomberg also reported that Xbox Live has already reached 1.2 million concurrent users and that its user base is growing by about 3% every day.
“A few days ago we had 1.25 million users and now it is growing at an average of 2.2% per day,” said Matt Elliott, Microsoft’s vice president of Xbox Live.
“The reason we are seeing that is we are actually seeing users on our platform who are actually trying to play our games on our service,” he added.
“This is a real problem and it is impacting our ability to keep users engaged and to have an ongoing service for gamers.”
Microsoft did not respond to requests for comment.
Bloomberg reported that Microsoft has reached out to Xbox 360 gamers to try to resolve the issue.
The problem appears to affect Xbox Live, as well as Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
Users of the latter two operating systems are able to access Xbox Live using a special code that requires a special Microsoft account to use.
Users on Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, however, do not need to register an account with Microsoft to access the Xbox Live network.
Microsoft recently launched an online console called the Xbox One that will be available to anyone who owns an Xbox 360.
Microsoft’s own online services will not work in Windows 10, however.
“There are no Xbox One consoles or Xbox Live accounts on Windows, Windows 7 or Windows 8, and Windows Phone 7 or 8.0.
Xbox Live on Windows is still limited to just the Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
We do not support Windows Phone 8, 8.5 or 10,” a Microsoft spokesperson said in a statement.