I have a 360 that had the rrod, i fixed the rrod by doing the xclamp fix. while it had rrod i purchased another 360 so after i fixed rrod i plugged it in and it works perfect but there is no sound. would you have any suggestions to fix this problem?
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or may b due to power failure,
chck unplugging all plugs frm ur 360 n reconnecting it, if it works then its nt a rrod, if it doesnt ...
then itz rrod, u need to send your xbox 360 to fix it..
or need to get it xclamped:
here is the whole process to do a permanent fix *xlcamP* of rrod on ur xbox 360:
Your chips are overheating. This is a cause from ms not bolting the heatsink to the chips right. If you can send it back to ms and they can fix it for you. If they wont do it for what ever reason then purchase a xclamp kit (requires opening the 360 to install) and replace the nuts and bolts on the heat sink with the xclamp kit.
your xbox is gunna get the rrod soon (red rings of death) my xbox had this prodlem few days later rrod happend technically the only thing you can do is well w8 for it to get the rrod and send it in if you got your warranty still if no warrenty is on it well have fun paying 140$ to get this problem fixed or go on youtube after it rrods and look up the xclamp repairs for xbox 360 i have used it on several xbox 360s it seems to work fine after words
The issue you are having is common. No video is a form of rrod that actually never rrod's. The only fix for these is the xclamp fix. www.llamma.com or www.xbox-scene.com can show you how to do this fix. now the "fix" only fixes your system for a few months maybe a year. The problem will occur again or it will rrod later. when i get these I use the heatgun on the chips the correct way (you'll find a tut on xbox-scene) than do the xclamp fix. I also do a 12v mod to the fans which will make it louder but it will also help you box last longer. Look at it this way - you will eventually need to purchase a new system so fix it for now and save up to buy a new one. stay away from buying refurbished units - you'll get burned.
Here is my recommendation If the xbox is still under warranty (I mean no one has broken the sticker) don't open it yet The reason for this is microsoft will warranty an xbox 360 against the three RROD The problem you are having is/maybe related to the same thing and what is happening is the graphics processor is no longer responding properly. Many others on this site have recommended a fix that I am hesistant to recommend, but does work, TEMPORARILY. I only recommend this fix if you are trying to preserve the console s warranty as this is a non invasive fix. All you need to do is wrap the console up ina thick blanket or several towels (do not use wet towels as water damage is not covered under warranty) and turn the console on. This will cause it to super heat and eventually overheat (this is not particularly good for the console, or permanent) Once it has overheated (about 45 minutes in the towels/blanket) unwrap it and let it cool. After about 1 hour of cooling try to restart the console and see if you have video For an out of warranty more permanent fix try the xclamp replacement mods outlined in other sections of this forum or search on google for xclamp replacement