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Error 809B100D occurs when you're using Kinect for Xbox 360

You see the following error message when you're using a Kinect sensor on your Xbox 360 console:

Too far right

809B100D

This means the Kinect sensor is having trouble seeing you during a Kinect Tuner test.

Solutions

Solution 1: Select “More info” and then “Try again”

On your console, select More Info to see suggestions on how to correct the problem. After you make the suggested changes, select Try Again to run the test again.

If you keep getting the error, try the next solution.

Solution 2: Position the Kinect sensor correctly

To learn how to position your Kinect sensor correctly, see Kinect setup on Xbox 360.

If you keep getting the error after following the directions on this page, try the next solution.

Solution 3: Make sure you have good lighting

Learn about optimal lighting for Kinect, and try the suggestions at Room lighting conditions for Kinect.

Solution 4: Request a repair

If the previous solutions didn't resolve the problem, your Kinect sensor needs to be repaired. See Getting your Xbox console or Kinect sensor serviced.

Repair or warranty questions? See Warranty and service: FAQ.

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