Xbox 360 froze while updating
If you can't connect your Xbox 360 console to the Internet, you can copy the console update from your computer to a USB flash drive and then install it on the console.Note The USB flash drive must use the FAT32 file system. How can I tell if my console software is up to date?If you haven't connected to Xbox Live in a while, your console software might need updating.If a game disc includes a newer version of the console software than you currently have, the game disc will prompt you to install the update when you start the game.For information about how to format a USB flash drive, see the “Format a USB flash drive” section of Using USB flash drives with Xbox 360. Consoles connected to Xbox Live will have the latest console software. However, if you want to play or communicate on Xbox Live, you must have the latest console software. If you can’t connect to Xbox Live, try using the Xbox 360 Connection Error Solution.I get an error code when I try to update my console. If you see a specific error code or status code, use the search box on the Error & Status Code Search page to find information about how to solve the problem. When you connect to Xbox Live, your console automatically prompts you to update your software if an update is available. New games might also require the update before you can play them. Simply just launch the game once the xbox loads to the sign in screen (unless you have automatic sign in..you might be screwed), launch the game, and then choose your gamer profile.I haven’t had any problems with the game so far, but i dont wanna try going to the dashboard yet to fuck it up.i have no problem booting up my xbox however thats without the hdd, with the hdd it freezes when i try to sign into xbox live... (want to play online but cant cuz i cant sign into live as its on my hdd)I haven't noticed this, but I have had both Blops 2 and Modern Warfare 3 freeze on me since I updated.
Can I go back to the old software version if I change my mind?
Eject the disc and have a look at the back to see if there are any scratches, markings, dirt, or anything else that might be preventing your console from reading it properly.
Once cleaned, re-insert the disc and see how it goes.
Basically it had been downloading a update for Preview and it was going to reboot, only that it didn't. So eventually i decided to just turn the console off and then i got the stuck in green screen as well.
So i did a hard reboot/reset and then waited a long ass time in the green background with Xbox One logo screen and then it went to the dash. Note If you choose not to update your console software, you'll receive a prompt to update the next time you start the game.