Xbox 360

Xbox 360

Xbox 360

Xbox 360

Xbox 360

Fix Xbox 360Man those stupid little red lights can really mess up life. I mean no more Xbox 360 for me. If only I had known about the dangers associated with the red ring of death earlier, my son would not have gotten himself in so much trouble. สล็อตเว็บตรงไม่ผ่านเอเย่นต์ OK so you know immediately this Xbox 360 thingy seems totally useless. So why did my son insist on shipping himself one? I don’t know. He was possibly trying to show me how to fix it so I could have another screwdriver. Whatever the reason, this red ring of death glare means business. I’m afraid you will have to pack up your precious Xbox and ship it to Microsoft for repairs, unless, of course, you are handy and can spell backup with the letter “M” – in which case, feel free to borrow someone else’s for the day. I was going to leave the entire repair thing up to the guys at Microsoft but I was not home and totally clueless as to what I should do. My instructions were, replace the soldering and the motherboard, and I was good to go. I really thought that was it, I mean I was relieved to know that it was no problem. I got online and tried to get in some game time before the “the red ring of death” Excellent Problem was upon me. I started to hyper play and my Xbox fared well. My Xbox was repaired and now I had a ton of time on my hands. I resoldered the boards and within two hours I was back in game with a brand new Xbox. I was going to enjoy brand new Halo levels with an awesome friend and a lot of smiles on my face. Then the red ring came around again and I had to deal with it once again. I know that I can handle it. I mean I have been dealing with it for the last three years and said, “Okay, just mo-ning on over to the store and let’s fix this ol’ red ring of death problem.” Sometimes, it does work, and sometimes it doesn’t. I was not about to go through all of that frustration again, I wanted to fix it. Well, I thought, maybe I should try it since he was such a trooper about it. I brought it to his house last time and let him decide what he wanted to do. I got the “How are you doing?” from him and he said, “I’m doing just fine.” I said, “Thank you, that’s good.” Then I heard this weird little noise and it made me bolts from the dais and I went and got aoodoo kit from the tool cupboard. And now, here we are, about to spend another $150 United Methods Gaming Cable because ourlder videos are not working. Yikes! I don’t think anyone wants to go through all of that trouble to fix one small problem. I decided not to press charges again and just bought a new Xbox DVD drive. So I took the spud pack out the box, gave it a good rub and went to work. When I was finished, I went and plugged it into the Xbox. Then, very carefully I went to check all of the cables that came with the Xbox and all seemed fine. I started up the Xbox. This time it worked. I was surprised because the red lights on the front of the Xbox meant that the system was not getting enough ventilation. I knew that I had left it on for too long but figured it was just a hardware error waiting to happen. So I went back to checking and noticed that the wall outlet was hot. Maybe it was supplying power to the Xbox. So I went outside and plugged in an extra 120va power strip to get a sudden surge of power to the system. It didn’t fix the problem so I decided to move it to the center of the room. Then it worked. My Xbox was working again. I was extremely excited that I could fix this problem myself. I couldn’t believe that I could actually fix my 360. I couldn’t figure out why the 3rd party Xbox Fix Pro received more response on a weekend than Microsoft’s own phone support line! Maybe there is a demand, and I just didn’t feel like waiting on Microsoft for a return either. If it was up to me, I would send my Xbox back to Microsoft and have them fix it and wait up to 6 weeks to get it back! But I didn’t want to pack up my system like a junky. So I went online and started searching for a solution. Whether you have an Xbox 360 or a PC computer, you can easily use a site with a 360 360 Repair Guide to fix your trouble. I went with a site that was much more helpful. I figured that they would know more about the problem and how to fix it, than the other guy’s site. But I was wrong.
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