Ive only had my Xbox 360 Elite for 2 days,It was working just fine until this morning getting ready to play Halo 3 then in less than a minute the screen went black but I could still hear the sounds.So, I flipped threw the channels that it would show up on but nothing.I turned off the system and t.v for 3-4 minutes and tried again on both of the channels the screen would show up on but again...nothing happened.I thought I should take a break from it so I went to sleep for 6-9 hours but now the green lights around the power button isnt glowing.Its not green nor red.Only thing glows is the power symbol on the power botton but the lights around the controler flashes but then it stops and no lights.And now no sounds/picture....I checked the cords and everything still nothing. Please Help Me... Im A 14 Year Old Girl Who Reeeeallly Want Her Xbox To Work Again..It Was The Best Christmas Gift Ever!
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Halo 3 is buggy disk , I have 2 brand new copys of halo 3 for testing repaired drives
and found that of all the 360 I repair, benq drives will read 99% of the time the hitachi
seem too slow on the seek time to get a
lock/read resulting in a dirty disk error.
Halo 3 does not play on all 360
its just a picky disk .There seem to
be two xboxs thoes that will load halo 3
and thoes that will not.
my halo sometimes does the same thing when i start up the game but pressing a usually gets you through it, but if your xbox 360 overheats within minutes and is an older xbox 360 its usually a burnt out fan or just full of dust, if its old then ur warranty might already be out and if it is just open up the xbox and use an air compressor or anything else to get all the dust out of the xbox. in my case everything was just caked with dust. anyways... good luck
Well if these spot are consistent on certain disks time after time it is most likely a scratch, smudge or defect on the disk. check them all for scratches and if they are dirty try to clean them very gently with a soft cloth. This would only really concern your actual console if it occurs during heavy game loading or at the same spot during a load. Try cleaning all your disks and get back to me. GL
I've had this happen twice now and both times my warranty has just expired by a month, i spend and hour moanin on the phone to xbox but they still want me to pay over £80 to fix it!
So here is what u do; **** and moan to all your friends impotently about it, look at the xbox for long periods of time with distain while muttering insults to yourself, call Bill Gates a complete W**ker repeatedly for a few days and then swallow ur pride in a big lump and end up payin for the damn thing while emtily promising yourself that if it happens again your not getting another one! When it finally does happen again (one month after the warrenty runs out to the day no doubt) repeat the prosses!