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that is caused by the eye in the box being dirty or having dust in it you can try a cleaning disk if that doesnt work other than opening the box and voiding the warrenty you have to send it in to xbox for them to clean it let me know how it works out
This is an overheat indication. The X BOX must be stored in a dry, cool area that is clutter free and well ventilated. If it is inside an entertainment system shelf it may need to be moved to an open area and the bottom surface must be flat. Do not set the X BOX on carpet or furniture while using the console.
This behavior occurs when the Xbox 360 console is overheated.
Things to try.
Check the console environment. If your Xbox 360 console is overheated, environmental factors are frequently the cause. To troubleshoot the problem, follow these steps:
Make sure that the console is not in an enclosed space, such as a wooden entertainment center that has a solid back. The console should be in an open area with lots of ventilation.
Make sure that nothing is stacked on top of, underneath, or even near your Xbox console. This especially applies to things that give off heat like your power supply, a cable box, or another game console.
Make sure that the Xbox is resting on a hard surface, not on a couch or on a carpeted floor.
Turn off your Xbox 360 console and move it to an open, well-ventilated area away from all other electronic devices.
Let the console cool down.
Turn off the console.
Wait several hours for the console to cool down.
Turn on the console, and see whether the same issue occurs.
is it an Xbox or XBox 360?
if its an Xbox you shoud look at the front panel in the direct middle of the console. The bigger of the two buttons is your "Eject" or "Open" disc tray button.
the smaller one is the "Power" button.
i dont know if they have any remotes for the original xbox, but i do know they have one for the 360.