"Borderlands" is a first-person, shooter, role-playing game developed by Gearbox Software. Since the original launch of "Borderlands," Gearbox Software has released three downloadable content (DLC) packs which expand the game playable campaign. A player must download the DLC packs to play them. Rarely, these content packs will become corrupted during the download process, rendering the game content unplayable. If you are afflicted with a corrupted content error when attempting to play the "Borderlands" DLC, you can resolve the issue by following several basic steps.
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Power on the Xbox and sign into the same Xbox Live gamertag used to purchase the DLC content.
Navigate to the "System Settings" option of the "My Xbox" menu in the Xbox dashboard, then press "A."
Choose "Memory" from the listed options, then press "A."
Choose the storage device which contains the DLC content, then press "A."
Highlight "Games" from the list of content, then press "A."
Select "Borderlands" from the list of installed game content, then press "A."
Highlight the corrupted "Borderlands" DLC content, press "A," then choose "Delete" from the listed options.
Confirm that you want to delete the DLC content.
Re-download the DLC content from the Xbox Live marketplace. You will not have to pay for the DLC content again as any purchases made on a gamertag is saved. Once downloaded, the DLC content will work as intended.
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