This is a minor issue and should be fixed within a few days after the consoles launch on November 22.
Inserting a disc and installing it should be an easy task, but things have gone awry for some users.
The steps involve disconnecting your Xbox One console from the Internet and powering the console off manually with your finger.
Attempt to install the game once you boot the console back up, but make sure you're not connected to your Internet provider.
No ETA has been given by Microsoft on when the key Xbox One features will be fully accessible again.
UPDATE THREE: Microsoft has confirmed that users are still being hit by the earlier Xbox Live outage and have added TV, Music and Video to the affected core services.
Microsoft has issued some confirmed reports of these issues being fixed via their Xbox One Support forums.
User may be having trouble using Live TV; Groove or Movies & TV video store, including browsing, purchasing, downloading, and streaming, according to the tech giant.
All problems reported by Microsoft are only listed on Xbox One and Xbox devices, Xbox 360 appears to be unaffected.
As we mentioned above, this not only includes Xbox Live Core Services but also a long list of apps used on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
If the system is crawling or you have Xbox Live log-in issues, then leave feedback with other users below and also connect with others to find solutions to common problems.