There's a possible hard drive issue on this.
try the ff:
-turn off your xbox
-remove your hdd from the xbox
-turn on the xbox while the hdd is removed
-if you're still getting the sme error code, your xbox needs to be repaired/replaced
-=hope that your xbox is still under warranty=- ^^
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one red light flashing on the ROL of your Xbox 360 console that's an indicator of a hardware problem with the console connection to one of the parts connected to it as the hard drive or cables.
first disconnect all power and AV cables from the back of your Xbox 360 console and also unplug the power cord from the wall socket, wait for a minute then reconnect them all back and try to turn on your Xbox 360 console once more.
If that doesn't work, it seems then to be a fault with your Xbox 360 hard drive so turn off the console again and remove the hard drive then turn on your Xbox 360 console without the hard drive, supposed then to work fine, it might be an intermittent issue and when you reconnect the hard drive your Xbox 360 will work fine all after, or it will just work fine without the hard drive so it will be then definitely a fault with your Xbox 360 hard drive so call Xbox 360 customer support to exchange the hard drive for you.
The Xbox 360 console might even keep giving you the same error code even after you remove the hard drive so it will then appear to be a fault with your Xbox 360 console not the hard drive & also in a case like this we need to contact Xbox 360 customer support to exchange the console.
Hard Drive Error... It could be a problem with the Hard Drive itself or a problem with the internal connection to the hard drive, Try removing the hard drive and playing without it, This can also be caused by a Hard Drive Eprom Error.
On your Xbox 360 guide go to the system settings. From there go to memory and that will tell you how much memory you have and let you erase some of it. Remeber say if you have a 20gb hard drive then it is not really a 20gb. It is acutally 15 or 16gbs. They format the hard drive to use it on the 360.
This behavior occurs when an Xbox 360 Hard Drive hardware failure occurs.
Turn off the console.
Remove the hard drive.
For more information about how to attach or remove the Xbox 360 Hard Drive
Reattach the hard drive, and then turn on the console.
Obtain the latest automatic update for the Xbox 360. To do this, connect to Xbox Live.
If you continue to experience this behavior, contact Xbox Customer Service.