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This could be from you GPU starting to overheat. When they get too hot the start running "dots" across the screen and then you get all kinds of pretty colors in the corners of your screen. Eventually you will lose your video altogether. The way to fix that is the same way you fix the RROD by doing the x-clamp replacement. I have done several of these and it fixed the problem and I haven't had any of them come back yet.
This is likely due to Hardware Failure. Your GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) has likely overheated to the extent of artifacting which is when the device begins to have trouble rendering objects and images and crashes constantly. The only viable solution is to send it in if you still have warranty, Otherwise, you'll have to either buy a new Xbox 360 or send it in for repairs from microsoft.
check your game for deep scratches on the cd if there is none, then your best bet is shipping it back to microsoft or there is actually a company that fixes your 360 for a cheaper price. just google xbox 360 recall and if you look through the pages of signatures you will find an advertisement for 360 recalls go to that and call the #, i hope it works out for ya.
Hi i on u r screen white dotted vertical lines comming & if the no. is more than 6 the if the laptop is under warrenty then company will replace the LCD & if not under warrenty then to fix this issue u have to replace the LCD.
right do the towel trick it works. wrap the 360 in 2 towels and leave it on for 15 mins. then go bk to your xbox un wrap it. put it near a window if possible ( i did and its working fine) due to it being near a window you will get no overheating and its well ventilated.