Question about Microsoft Xbox Console
There could be a few things going wrong here, none of which have good results: If you've installed any mod chips inside the system, remove them. They can cause more problems than they are worth. I've seen it happen too many times. The fault could also be on the motherboard. A short somewhere, a bad capacitor, or a loose solder joint. Or, it could be the power lead. At one point Microsoft had an issue with the power supply and released a circuit breaker addon, can't recall what geration of xbox they started this on. In any of those cases, you would need at least a little knowhow about circuit boards, and would need to void your warranty by opening the box to see if anything inside looks fried or loose.
Posted on Dec 08, 2006
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