Have had my 360 for about two years now with no problems... until now. Just recently my 360 has been 'dumping / forgetting' some of my saved games data. It happened to my saved game profile for Halo 3 and just recently my saved game for Dead Rising. Its weird, my 360 just looses my saved data for games but keeps all my achievments. Also when I want to play Tomb Raider Anniversary a message appears saying some of my Tomb Raider data is corrupted. Please help, many thanks
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This may be a problem with the TV or monitor you're using it on. You should check that before checking the console either by watching a show or playing something else with sound. If it proves to be the console in error, then you can try dumping your memory. You can do this by going to the kinect settings and turning off the kinect then powering down the console. After that, unplug the xbox one from the power source and wait 30 seconds to completely dump the memory. Plug it back in and turn on the xbox and you should see the xbox green screen with the same xbox start up sound as the 360 had. If this doesn't solve your issue, it may be a hardware error and you may have to take it to a repair shop.
Try this,find a tutorial on youtube on how to disassemble your drive then find out what make /model drive next goto richpsx and buy the same drive then open the old drive and simply unplug all the connections from the drives P.C. board and remove it and plug it in to the new drive , after you remove the new drives P.C. board.
And that will resolve your problem. with out flashing your drive.
did you dump or restore nand dump saves current nand restore deletes current nand and replaces it with one saved on memory stick.if it is bricked it doesn't necesarily need a nand repair nand is when you have issues loading firmware or issues with umd drive menu bar. so if you can load a firm ware load it don't touch the nand till it does not allow a firmware update and if you have some glitches after firmware update try idstorage rewrite in the nand tools.
you need to get the firmware from your original drive. Each xbox drive has a unique number in the firmware that marries the drive to the console. so dump your firmware from original drive and flash it to the new drive