As in, there's no notification that an update is available, even after starting a game.
I know they're not updated because, for example, the radios in Portal don't "receive transmissions" ;) The network setup is a little non-standard: I configured my laptop to bridge the XBox ethernet to the household wireless.
Updates are usually downloaded automatically when one is available.
If your Xbox 360 is not connected to the internet, and you don't have a way to get it online, you can download updates from the various fan communities and apply them manually.
I have an XBox 360 that hasn't been connected to a network for about three years. It downloaded a bunch of updates and I created an XBox Live account (just a standard one, not Gold).
However, I can't seem to get it to update any of the games.
How do I tell if a particular game has been updated?
When you log into Xbox Live and then load a game, you'll be automatically prompted to download updates to the game, if they are available.I have also called the xbox customer support and the person didn't know the problem.When i test the connection it says im not connected to xbox live.But since it downloaded the system updates and confirmed the XBox Live account, I figure that connectivity is not the problem.If it matters, the dashboard version is 2.0.14719.0 How do I prompt the XBox to update my games?Keeping your Xbox 360 console up to date is critical in making sure you can play the latest games and downloadable content.