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E75 error need help

I have an E75 error on my Xbox 360. After searching for any answers online, all that I have found was "network Port Failure" and something on the DVD drive cable or something. So pretty much, do I need to throw this thing in the garbage?

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Hmm I thought E75 / 1023 was a cold joint under the ethernet chip.
Apparently it can also be Southbridge related because your DVD-drive's power is cut off...

Give the Southbridge-> ethernet-chip area a reflow this should fix it...
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