I have a 360 Hard Drive on my Xbox. I turned on my Xbox and it just freezes on the opening screen but when I take the hard drive off after i turned it off, it will go to the marketplace area. I am thinking I might have maxed out my drive (even though it said I had ~7 GB left). If I get a new 120 GB drive will I be able to save all my data and dump the data into the 120 GB drive? I don't know how the transfers work.
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Sep 14, 2015 - 5. Check Your Xbox 360 Hard Drive. Not only can the cache corrupt from .... I unplugged the console when it froze instead of turning the power off. ... hi my 360 keeps on freezing on any game i play and like the screen frezzes but .... It willnot, even after 6 goes, play, it freezes, and after about 2 mins, it ejects.
firstly its refurbished so you have to be careful because it may have had problems in the past, it referring to your hard drive by the way. ad secondly maybe its just your black ops disc? try playing black ops on another xbox console and if it freezes than its not your console its just the game =) then get a replacement and dont worry.
There is probably something wrong with your hard drive or connection, as far as I know, the hard drive itself is not serviceable, (though I would love to be proven wrong if I am). If you can, try to get your hands on another hard drive, maybe borrow one from a friend, and try it on your console. If it works then your hard drive is toast, if not then you have a problem with the connection to you console. I don't have a repair proceder for the console connection problem as I have not yet experianced that particular issue and was unable to find someone who has, try calling 1.800.4my.xbox if a replacement hard drive does not work.
If it only freezes on that game, chances are it's the disk that's causing the problems. I've experienced that some xbox games act up if only the slightest scratch is on the disk. If there is, either take it back or pay a few bucks for Best Buy or some video rental place to repair it for ya.
Shutting off the Xbox corrupted the Hard Drive... Have you ever got a Live System Update? You can also reset your Xbox without shutting it off using the controller. You probably have the Three Red Rings of Death... Go to this...
Clearing your Xbox 360 Hard Drive cache I've
had this problem myself whilst playing Oblivion, although it was not
only freezing in some places but also being very unresponsive and
really slowing down when trying to talk to NPCs. Anyway, clearing the
cache on your Xbox 360 is very safe and does not affect any of your
game saves, profiles, demos, videos, etc (although it does delete some
downloaded game auto-updates, which will be easy to download again
afterwards). It is mainly temporary data that is stored in order to
make certain areas of games load faster. These can sometimes corrupt,
making your Xbox struggle when trying to read them and eventually just
To clear your Xbox 360 cache you need to do the following: "a.
Locate the System section of the Xbox 360 Dashboard. b. Select Memory,
select Hard Drive, and then press Y to view the device options
screen.c. On the Xbox 360 Controller, press the X button, press the X
button again, press the left bumper, press the right bumper, press the
X button, and then press the X button again.d. You will be prompted to
confirm system maintenance, select Yes by pressing A."Source: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907586/en-us