Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Arcade
Generally you can put things on top of a console while its on. Just absolutely do not I repeat DO NOT pick up the console and rotate it while its on. This will often "eat" discs by scratching them. But if you set something ontop of it it should be fine as long as it is not obstructing the rear fan vents. The 360 while plastic on the outside has a sturdy metal cage on the inside that should be easily able to support a DVD player on top of it. I would not reccomend multiple heavy things ontop of it though.
Posted on May 24, 2009
Dont **** on it
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xbox 360 console
If you are speaking of refurbishing the DVD drive, this site has the information you need. NOTE: I would assume this would void your warranty, do so at your own risk: http://www.llamma.com/xbox360/news/Xbox-360-Game-Disc-Scratched.htm Go to the area entitled: Refurbishing the Xbox 360 DVD Drive
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
SOURCE: xbox 360 password recovery
If you've forgotten the answer to your pass-code reset question as well as your pass code, please call Xbox Customer Support at 1-800-555-741. They will resolve the issue for you
Hope that helps
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
when this happens, it either symbolizes that somehow, your tsop32 chip has corrupted in your dvd drive and has lost the dvd key, or you (someone) has attempted to flash the firmware on the dvd drive and it has ended in a failure and destroyed the initial firmware. basicly, if you have your dvd key, you can try to reflash the drive with working firmware (tutorials can be found everywhere) or, if you have warrenty left, send it in. if all else fails, find a person who knows how to disassemble an xbox 360 + dvd drive, desolder the tsop32 chip, and rip the firmware. this can be costly though, and you'll need a new dvd drive afterwords if your old one gets broken in the process. and if you can't get the dvd key, well, your 360 is now an expensive dvd player.
best of luck
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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