Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
You may have noticed that this has happened over time, and you play video games much more than you play dvds. Here are some steps you may trouble shoot with:
1.Try rebooting the system
2.Try updating the firmware by simply connecting to the internet.
3.Try oiling the gears inside the disc drive, without opening the cover, stick the oil inside and squirt. The gears might be sticky.
3.If the above solutions did not work unfortunately, your laser diode for reading Game Discs may have burned out. Try taking it to a store, which fixes video games consoles near you. Ask to either replace the laser diode, the whole disc reader all together, or to try pot calibrating the diode.
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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