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I have a xbox 360 but it doesn't work now . red light is blinking when i turn it on and (system error) words is shown by moniter. what i do ? plz can i get the good sugestion . thank you .

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    Adam Jerome_lagudi Sep 03, 2010

    What system error is displayed on the screen? e64? e74?

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You have three options.

1 have a reputable repair shop reflow the G.P.U. and
properly reclamp it to the board . This will provide
the most durable repair average cost 50.00-80.00
so shop around for someone local.

2 Is to do what's called an ( x clamp mod ) with screw and
washers this will probably get your console running
but this fix tends to be short lived.

3 Have Microsoft AKA Mcalain Texas repair a sub contractor.
cost is 100.00 and 3 weeks on turn around.

if you have any questions feel free to ask.

Rob

Posted on Sep 03, 2010

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