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Well if these spot are consistent on certain disks time after time it is most likely a scratch, smudge or defect on the disk. check them all for scratches and if they are dirty try to clean them very gently with a soft cloth. This would only really concern your actual console if it occurs during heavy game loading or at the same spot during a load. Try cleaning all your disks and get back to me. GL
Well it can that the GPU is overheating, that happens very often and I will tell why. Microsoft is so cheap that sometimes they forget to put the thermal compound on the heatsink that covers the GPU, so the poor GPU is force to the max and overheats easily after long periods of gaming. Thats why it freezes on the middle of the game. That was very common on xbox machines made before the launch of HALO 3, the new models do come with the compound but just a little bit of it, what a I do is that a use thermal compound like artic or other brand a put a even amount on the heatsink so it covers the entire GPU, then overheatings problems disappears. Hope it helps
this problem can be solved by taking you xbox to the highest place you can find and trowing it off the edge then i suggest admiting that you bought a peice of **** and that halo is not realy that great, then get some money and buy a ps3.
on a serious note take it back to where you got it from for a replacement or write to microsoft as the console is probibly faulty (like all of them)
Sounds like you are suffering the dreaded overheating Xbox 360 syndrome.
Do a quick search on Google and you will come up with a lot of pages and info about this problem.
There are methods involving wrapping a towel around the unit etc.
Also keep an eye on your power brick. Make sure it dosn't overheat.
Personally because I live in Australia and it's always hot here, alot of 360 owners have taken them apart and added in fans to help the cooling.
Sorry to say but you need join the que of people frustrated by the problems that Halo 3 suffers on the XBox 360.
Simply search the internet and you will find a plethora of people having the exact same issues.
Some have found that running the Halo 3 update helps, some find it makes things worse. This is a know issue that Microsoft are once again denying and there appears to be a few law suits being attempted.
My suggestion? Return the game tot he store as faulty and buy it for your PC instead. Sorry this is probably not what you want to hear.