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Re: My Xbox 360 Premium makes noise and doesn't load. How...
It sounds like you need the dvd drive replaced. It could also be your motor or laser which needs replacement. We can offer you this service if interested email us for estimate. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Have you checked to see if the turn for the laser is working? It won't read if the laser doesn't move. Check to make sure the teeth are good on the laser wheel and double check that it is the right position, if when you changed the belt you may have knocked something else off that is for the laser mover.
It is prob your laser needs replaced, you can try a cd lens cleaner (this gave me another month or so out of my last lazer) The clicking noise is the drive trying to read the disc, are you trying to load backups or original discs?
There could possibly be something wrong with the disk tray or the lasers inside the Xbox 360 that reads the disk. The best option would be to contact Microsoft at 1-800-4MY-Xbox and tell them the disk tray is messing up. They will most likely tell you that they will fix it, and you send it off to them for it to be fixed. When you send it off, make sure you remove everything from the Xbox 360 (cables and hard drive) because the one they will send you back will most likely be a refurbished Xbox 360, not your actual 360. It sucks, I know, but its free to fix. The whole process usually takes 3-4 weeks.
I do believe its a problem with the disk. The disk may not be scratched or anything but it could possibly something internally wrong with it. I'd take the disk back and exchange it. Hope this helped! Have a great day!