Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
It has nothing to do with the game really....the solder is shorting out or making a bad connection under the GPU- (H)ANA chips that acts up when it heats up after u put a game in. Click here for more info on e74 Most likely you will need to replace the xclamps which do a horrible job securing the heatsinks. The best method to date is Team HYBRID's Ultimate X-clamp fix. Good Luck!
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