Thank you for posting your concerns!
Please try the following instruction provided by Arunprasath a fellow member of the forums:
1. Uninstall the game, updates and add-ons while your console is connected to the internet.
2. Disconnect your console from the internet.
3. Restart your console.
4. Reinstall the game offline.
5. After it is done installing try playing the game and see if it works.
6. If it does then connect your console back to the internet and install the updates.
7. Run your game and it'll work, if it doesn't then do a factory console reset and try the steps again
Let us know if it works!
This happening to me too, I even got a new XBoxOne from microsoft same thing, I bought the digital version of the game last night guess what same thing, Disc read error imagefile 62 and 64 I get booted from the game within a minute, don't tell me to rebbot the xbox or do a factory reset I've done both multiple times, nothing is working WTF do I have to do??????????
I hope I can put some light on this subject, I have the same problem on my xbox one, after 4 hours of trying stuff
this is what I found out...........the original Ghosts game works just fine all the time. When I download either Onslaught or Devastation I always get "error imagefile 64 or error imagefile 65". When I deleted them one or both from the game everything went back to normal. The original game worked just fine. Go figure! I downloaded each one then several times
and always the same thing. WTF! This has to be a patch fix I hope? I hope the people to be see this and do something
about it..............................I want to play the new maps.
Same thing happens to me. The base game works fine no issues. As soon as I get a DLC map it boots me back to the multiplayer menu before the map even loads in. Xbox Support told me to take the disc back and try a different disc. Why would that matter if the base game works just fine? Idiots the lot of them.
I had been seeing this a lot myself, but mainly from the multi-player mode. If I had been playing and switched to TV mode or another app without backing all the way out to the 'main menu' before hand - then I would get this error whenever I tried to play the next time or wanted to resume playing the game after returning from the 'other' app.
Once I started to back completely out to the main menu before switching apps, then the problem went away. This has been my experience anyway. I think this is probably more of an issue with the XB1 operating system than the game itself, but I could be wrong.
**And when I say main menu - I mean the start screen itself.