Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Posted by Anonymous on
E76 is an Ethernet problem, meaning there is something wrong with the network port. If it is still under warranty send it in to Microsoft. Unfortunately the fix for this problem is not something most users could fix, or even advanced users could fix. Without knowing a lot about circuitry you cant repair it, because you have to replace the network chip on the motherboard.
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