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...Dont worry thats actully very common Its Just a little Lag in the disk...If the disk is scrathed thats why It just hits the scratch and shuts down becuase it has no idea what it is...Hope thats helpful Or if that doesnt work Just Levae it alone for a litrle bit let it rest...
When you say it will not pwer on do you mean nothing on the front panel lights up? No 2 red lights or 3 red lights? If the console itself will not turn on at all it sounds like there was either a voltage problem and a part of the Mobo was fried or the switch itself is broken. Try hitting the eject button, if the xbox powers on and the tray opens then you know it is the front switch. If nothing happens you have a very expensive paper weight unless you are still under warranty, in that case contact Microsoft customer service and get it sent in.
You may have a corrupted update, try this.
1.turn off your console
2.press and hold the sync button on the console
3.still pressing the sync button,turn on your console
4.wait until it fully boots up, then release the sync button,this will clear any corrupted updates.
turn off console,wait 10 seconds, turn console on then see if you can update.
Remember thumbs up if this helps.
The blinking red light usually indicates hardware failure. If your Xbox is still under warranty you should contact microsoft have them send you a box with free postage and send them your console. They will locate and fix the problem for you.
If your console is not under warranty anymore there are a few things you can try.
First remove the hard drive and try booting up your console. If it says no drive found shut the console down and put the hard drive back into place. If it works after that then the issue was just a drive error which is now corrected. If the light is blinking again then the drive itself is bad.
Second turn the xbox off for 60 seconds by using the switch on the back. Now hold down the eject button and turn the power switch back on while your still holding the eject button. This can help with overheating issues.
If these simple fixes dont resolve the problem then you will need to contact microsoft and ask about repair cost's. As fixing it yourself would require experience in working on gaming consoles.
He may have just tossed the controller onto a chair and it hit the X button in the middle. If that's not the case, it may be a software glitch. This happened to me before, where it turned itself on when the controller was face-up with nothing on it. I just pulled out the power cord. Eventually the problem went away, and it doesn't turn itself on anymore.
So just pull the power, and plug it back in when he wants to play it.
im guessing you have some problems with your Elites motherboard, could possibly be damaged electronics within the motherboard, as it is the motherboard on the Xbox which prepares the system for shutdown when the button is pressed and also wirelessly through the controller.
Luckily Xbox systems come with 5 years warranty. and because this is potentially a hardware issue, i would recommend contacting Xbox customer support to solve this issue. their contact information can be found on http://www.xbox.com/support
Follow these steps.
1) Turn on X-Box
2) Turn on Controller
3) hit the Wi-Fi button on front of xbox, looks like this -)))
4) hit that same button on the controller
5) Then wait around 5 seconds and you are all set.
Hope this Helped.
You could have a faulty power supply. Have you checked to make sure everything is hooked up properly? When you turn your xbox on have a look at the light on the power brick, its usually green when its working fine and orange when the xbox is turned off, if its red there could be a problem with it.