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well if your system is under the three year warrenty your best and cheapest bet is to call and have it repaired.
Things to check would be making sure your psu has an ember light and is getting good ventilation check the p.o.s.t by holding down the sync and power button at startup. but i usally find that replacing the mobo is the fastest way to solve this problem. If the GPU gets very hot it causes the mobo to flex causing the lead free solder to become loose and break.
For $49.99 gamers will receive the Xbox Live Starter Kit. The Starter Kit includes 12 months of Xbox Live service (NOT broadband service), a Voice Communicator Headset and a starter disc. This disc will allow users to register for the service through their Xboxes and will come with at least one demo/minigame that users will be able to play online.
Pricing plans beyond the $49.99 for 12 months hasn't been revealed yet by Microsoft. The company is comfortable with a 9.95/month value for the service, but this hasn't been translated into any long term pricing.
Dude!?! Get an xbox 360 hard drive!!! You can't play older xbox games on a 360 without one!!! Read your manual!!! It tells you this specifically in the manual, which no one ever reads anymore. Then when you insert that game, xbox prompts you to download the backwards compatibility update (XBOX LIVE NEEDED TO DO THIS!!!) and the rest is FULLY AUTOMATIC! Again, when in doubt, READ THE MANUAL!
You will have to purchase a subscription code
I'm not sure if you can get them at retail stores, but they are available on Ebay. Don't get the ones that state theya re for xbox live gold membership.
You can also get the xbox live starter pack which includes 3 months xbox live and a headset (that is if you can still find them, again ebay is a great starting place)
That's how I did it.
First get some disc cleaner, and clean any scratches. If that doesn't work, the only way fix your disc would be to mod your 360, and to use a program called xbox backup creator, to make a backup of your original copy. If you go this route, get a Samsung SH-D162C, or SH-D162A if you have SATA. This is the only dvd-rom that can be altered to read 360 discs, and you might need it if your 360 drive can't read all of the Halo disc. Note: for the obvious reasons you run a high risk of getting booted from xbox live, I got booted and never once played any of my backups online.