Question about Archive Xbox Original Controller S-type1st Party (PrePlayed) (XBORCOSBPAP)
I have an original Microsoft Xbox Video Gaming System that has a couple problems. I have a Philips [Model: VAD6011/21(POS)] DVD Drive. A Western Digital [Model: WD80EB-00CGH0] Hard Drive. I dont know whats under it, I've never messed with anything under the DVD and hard drives, so it should be all original parts. At the moment my Xbox will give me the red ring of doom (not the first time I've had that happen), saying that I need service, blah blah blah, and there is no number on the sides of the screen or whatever people are saying is their. The first time I got the red ring of doom, I bought a new DVD Disk drive. That worked. The second time I didn't play it for a couple of months and it started working. Now I'm getting it again, for the third time (at least I think its the third time) and I have no clue what to do. I have not played it for a couple of months. It wont work! What should I do to be able to play my original Microsoft Xbox (like 7 years old) again?
Also, when I didn't get the red ring of doom, I would usually get a sound like this "click click, click click, click click..." from my DVD Drive and I couldn't play anything. I got it to work by unscrewing the the front "cage" off of the system and unplugging everything and plugging them back in. That almost worked every time. Was I doing something wrong, is that why I'm getting the red ring of doom? Answers please!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xbox controller
If a new controller didn't fix the problem your problem is probably in the console itself. Have you tried connecting the controeler to a different port on your console? Also, if you're using an extension cable try not using it to rule out this as the cause of your problem. If you have done any modifications to your console (a.k.a. chipping it) this might be the source of your problem. Try disabling or uninstalling the mod-chip to see if your problem will go away. -Chris
Posted on Mar 09, 2007
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