How to code an Xbox One X
The Xbox One is the best gaming console of its generation, but the system’s hardware isn’t quite up to the task of running modern games.
Thankfully, Microsoft’s developer tools have the solution.
Start by setting up your PC’s BIOS.
To get started, go to your PC BIOS Settings, select System, then Advanced.
Once here, choose the “Manage BIOS” option.
This will allow you to change the BIOS from one of the options shown.
This should be one of your first things to do. 2.
Select your graphics card.
Next, you need to select your graphics driver, and select your “Microsoft Graphics Driver” as the preferred driver.
Once you have your driver installed, click on “Set up…” on the bottom of the screen.
This takes you to the “Settings” page, where you’ll find several options.
You can choose between three options for the system, and it’s important to select the correct one for your graphics cards.
You don’t want to use a card with too many outputs, for example.
Once set, click the “Finish” button at the bottom.
You’ll be prompted to restart the system.
You’re now ready to start coding!
Open up your console, and you should see your gamepad in the middle of the console.
Select it, and the gamepad will begin to respond.
Click the “Start” button on your Xbox One.
You should now be able to press a key to activate the console’s controller.
To disable the controller, just press the “X” key.
Now you’re ready to get coding!