Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Okay, i have 2 xbox 360's, when i play one it might play for about 10 mins then it "overheats" 2 red rings. Halo plays fine in this xbox console.
My other xbox plays every other game ive put in it so far and when i put my halo into it, it goes to a green screen, wtf?
My halo sometimes does the same thing when i start up the game but pressing a usually gets you through it, but if your xbox 360 overheats within minutes and is an older xbox 360 its usually a burnt out fan or just full of dust, if its old then ur warranty might already be out and if it is just open up the xbox and use an air compressor or anything else to get all the dust out of the xbox. in my case everything was just caked with dust. anyways... good luck
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Have you got the internet connected to your Xbox 360? If so, i have two relevent answers:
1: Don't press update, i've heard that the update is not a necessity to playing the game.
2: Contact the store that you rented it from or; Contact microsoft and tell them the problem.
If you haven't got the internet connected to your xbox 360 then it WON'T work.
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