Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
The only time I have experienced this on my console is when I have just pulled an all night session or have once again forgotten to turn my box off. Some of my friends believe there is a direct correlation between this type of behavior and increasing your chances of seeing the screen or circles of death with your system.
I would make sure that you are turning off your console when you are not using it, and that it is not piled under a heap of clothes or games. I keep a small fan by mine that circulates the air and keeps the system cool. If you are in a hot environment, running the heater a lot, keeping the console touching your TV/comp that is running constantly, or are even in the upper levels of a building you could be unknowingly subjecting your system to some stress. You could take the gadget way out and by the cooling pads that you keep your laptop on. I have to do this in the summer since it reaches 115 and by the 3rd hour of play my system is hating me.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
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