Whenever i turn on my xbox 360 it goes to a green screen that says "xbox 360" like the title screen or whatever but then it freezes there and doesnt continue to the dashboard. i have to turn it off and on atleast 2 times before it finally goes to the dashboard. and i give it plenty of time each time.
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two work-around methods for those consumers who are experiencing the "freeze" issue:
1) Remove or disable the HDD
2) Load three different Xbox 360 games to the main title screen of
each game then load Major League Baseball 2K6 on Xbox 360. All three
Xbox 360 games must be completely different before loading Major League
It sounds like the the processor is over heating and its causing the system to shut down before it burned up the board. Basically your thermal paste between your processor and the heatsink is not doing its job. There could be a crack on it might have just degraded over time.
This can cause the system to freeze or see white dots on the screen. It needs to be repaired before more issues happen. Dont turn it on you might cause more damage
If you are getting the screen freezing up it means that the graphics chip has overheated and to fix this you need to stop the heat build up to do this send it back in to Microsoft or repair it yourself using a good guide >> http://xbox-360-repair.weebly.com/
wrap your 360 in a towel (Completely Covered), turn on the system for about 10 minutes, turn it off, then back on again and and it should work.Although this fix only works fr about three hours it works over and over but the problem you have can also be fixed by replacing the thermal compound on the heat syncs and it should only cost about $5.00 to fix your 360. But my second solution should only be used if the warranty is void