Question about Microsoft Xbox Console
E68 means your hard drive is either not connected properly, or it has failed. Try removing the hard drive from the XBox and see if it boots OK.
If it does boot OK, try putting the hard drive back on and see if it boots.
If it does not boot, you need a new hard drive. But the XBox 360 itself should be OK. You can find a new hard drive at the following page:
Posted on May 16, 2010
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