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Red lights I have been experiencing some freezing, constant reebooting, and red lights for the past 2 days. Yesterday it only froze up every hour or so, then it got red lights. It worked for about 2 seconds today before it froze and upon rebooting, it got red lights. To describe it, i will use a box. I I <----------If these were the lights on the system, this one is not lighting I I up, whereas the other are glowing red. Don't want to send it back because I'd have to wait. If need be I will send it but I want to avoid it. Before i call support if you can help in any way that would be great. Master Cheif misses me :)

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Kudos for Halo.. :) But if your having red light problems and it always freezes up your best option is to send it to microsoft. Sorry. If you have any other questions please message me! Thanks!

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