About four weeks ago my 360 started freezing every once in a while after I turned it on, and eventually it became so frequent that it was hard to use it.
About a week ago, it stopped freezing, but now won't register any controllers!
I'm not completely sure how long we've had it, but it's been a year and a half or more and the warranty is definintly up.
Does anybody know how I can fix this?
When it freezes it usually from inadequate venation as far as the controller bit I am not sure what caused it but try and use a plug and play cable it will auto sync the controller. Give it a try and let me know
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I've heard that when you put discs in the 360 and have the machine
perpendicular to the ground, scratches sometimes occur. From my own
personal experience, physically moving the 360 while playing a disc can
sometimes cause scratches. I'd call 1-800-4-MYXBOX and ask them about
it. Try their tech support and hopefully any fixes fall within your warranty or are easier than that. I'm sure that they'd be glad to help. Good luck!
*copy and posted from a previous solution I gave to the same problem
I don't think this is your xbox having a problem. This happened to me with Gears of War 2 once I just played over the game in the same spot over and over and it eventually stopped. This looks more severe for you though. It may just be a faulty game so best you can do is call the game manufacturer.
Im sorry to say it sounds like an over heating problem, this will quite possibly lead to the dreaded red light failure, dont despair though all is not lost :) if you are feeling handy you can fix this design flaw esily, http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=eM_E2DAsszg there are also plenty of guides to taking your 360 appart properly, hope this helps.