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First, do not attempt to try to fix it right away. Unplug every cable and adapter, so you only have the xbox 360 console. Then, if a video game disc is still in there, take it out. Next, try to determine what your disc tray is stuck on, and try to remove it carefully. If these steps do not work, look at these articles. Manually eject your Xbox 360 console disc trayXbox Disc Drive Solution.
I've fixed open tray errors before, and if you are sure the problem is with the 360 and not the disc, it means you need to open the dvd drive and slide the laser over once or twice (at least based on my experience). BE CAREFUL. The mechanism that allows the laser to move around and read the disc is probably jammed.
Similar problem here. Worked fine last night. This morning...every disc put in gets you a "unplayable" response. Does play DVDs though. Weird. Called xbox and they are sending us a box for repair. This is the second time sending it in. We had the ring of death crap before and had to send it in. It was in repair when Halo 3 came out. My son was having fits not being able to play it.
xbox is not on the top of my list as being a good, reliable gaming system.
Not entirely sure but maybe the disk drive bricked, though I wouldn't replace it without looking into it more. But it would make sense consider the noises. Was there anything attached to the disc or was the disc damaged after this incident?
From what I no when the 360's light indicated flashes yellow it means it's overheated, try letting cool down. I have had so many problems with my 360 and the cdrom drive is number 1. When my drive started making all that noise i almost started to cry. What i did was called the Xbox Helpdesk and they fixed the problem right away. Call the Xbox Helpdesk at this number: 1-800-469-9269 (This munber will get you through faster). if you ahve any more questions just let me know....