Question about Microsoft Xbox Console
Red ring of death error E 82
William, as you and I are probably the only 2 ppl on earth who still have these systems(lol) E 82 is a memory malfunction. It could be fixed by swapping out your controller, as the removable memory is found there. Also, make sure you have your A/V cords plugged in correctly. If you don't it can give you a false rrod.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Red Ring of Death : 1 Red Light
Well the why part of your question can be answered here - http://www.xbox.com/en-US/search.aspx?keyword=one+red+light
They go into many of the error codes, as to how to fix it without voiding the warranty; If it's under warranty send it in to be fixed, or if you're dying to play right now try the 'towel method' shown here -
Beware- purposefully overheating your xbox 360 may damage your system further.
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Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: red ring of death error
Its an over heat if the complete ring is giving an error code of 0102 which means Unknown error it could be due to a dry or failing solder join 'somewhere' but is usually related to error code 0103 which is the over heat. packs to replace the clamp fitting on the mother board for the CPU can be bought from ebay for pennies and do the trick niceley. i would suggest you search the forums untill you are completely happy with the process for fixing the over heat, but the sime out line of it is.
strip downthe xbox, remove all heat sink and thermal compound from the CPU. boot, and then turn off. this forces the unit to recgognise the actual overheat and performs a master reset with the system. install new heatsink thermal compound and heat sink mounts (usually screws with the replacement sets not clamps, works alot better with plastic washers). boot the xbox, red ring of death should be clear. rebuild xbox back into its housings. play the night away!
Be extremley careful. booting the unit with no heat sinks on the CPU for more time than required may pop your chip
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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