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For best results in downloading the Destiny Beta to your Xbox One, don't launch the game until the download is complete. The Destiny Beta FAQ has been updated with info on how to troubleshoot your Xbox One download (scroll down). http://www.bungie.net/en/View/Bungie/DestinyBetaFAQ If encountering Party Stabilization errors on Xbox One: try turning off your console, fully unplugging, then plugging in and trying again.
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Recon Number 54

Recon Number 54

11/28/2012 6:01:36 PM
I am not going to link (it's been done enough already), but I believe that it has been confirmed that a particular domain on the Internet (with the word Destiny in its URL) is not owned by Bungie LLC but in fact by someone who is likely (well, at least until now) unaware of the Destiny/Bungie link. So, if (and I am still open to evidence that shows the URL is Bungie-controlled, but I believe that it is not) we've been pounding that address, site and login with lame attempts to "get in", I think that we (as a community) may want to show the owner/host of that address that we're sorry for any inconvenience and/or perceived threat/attack that they may have felt due to our.... eagerness. So, idea and suggestion time. What is the correct etiquette for a "sorry that we appeared to be raiding your server"? Flowers? A card? A t-shirt? A cool "I survived being Bungie.netted" logo for their front page? Any ideas are welcome, what say you? [Edited on 11.28.2012 10:03 AM PST]
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