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The green light on the xbox is red the screen says errorcode E74

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You might possibly have over heated your 360, or over played it or it's just getting old. I think what you're describing is popularly known as the "Red Ring of Death" in the Xbox 360 gamer world. If you send a E-mail to Microsoft, more often than not they'll ask you to mail your old Xbox to them and they'll send you a new one.the green light on the xbox is red the screen says - moz-screenshot.png

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