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My xbox 360 will not Recognize i have a disk in the drive

I will be in the dashboard and it will say open tray, and i will be tryin to load a disk and it will just not recognize it and i will power it off with the disk in it and it will still not recognize it. this is my 3thrd defective xbox what do i do

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My friend had the same problem and it was a defective one. You may be lucky and there is a fix but i dont think there is unless you pull it apart and replace the CD drive yourself

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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