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Re: "No Disc" message
Its always a good idea to open it up and look for accumulated dust on the lens. make sure to note where each screw goes, and such.
If you see dust on the lense you can brush it off with a soft brush, and give it a damp wipe.
If that didn't do anything then the lens mechanism could use a cleaning and oiling, but dont go any further if you're not confident that you know what you're doing, and don't take things apart to a degree where you're not positive that you'll remember where everything goes. I had a "no disc" error recently that was fixed by taking the lens mechanism apart cleaning and oiling it, and putting it back together.
It could also be a problem with the motor.
Get a repair estimate at a local shop.
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the disk is not being spun more than likely. thats why i always get open tray. wat u need to do is this
1) unplug it all and take it apart
2) get to the disk drive
3)unscrew the 4 screws on the SIDES onf the drive. not the 2 in the middle
4)take off the cover GENTLY
5)put the drive back intoplace without the top on it
6)plug it up and turn it on
7) observe the disk want to spin but it wont. there is not enough pressure to get it going, wat u need to do it give it a little "push-start" spin it while applying pressure. it may take a few trys to get the disk going fast. it will need to start going very fast.
8) when it does that, quickly place the top back onto the drive without screwing it back on.
it should contunie to spin. turn it off, unplug it, screw the top back onto the drive, then reassemble the 360. works for me EVERy time
it appears yous direct drive motor is damaged. When a disc does not spin, it will say the same as a bad disc. You can easily get this fixed, but not cost efficient. Better off replacing it the component.
it can be two possibilities.
1)either the disk is faulty.check out in another player or drive and confirm whether the disk is properly working.
2)or the lens in the drive which reads the disk is either faulty or got dusty.in the electronics shop you get lens cleaning cd.insert that in your drive and play it.it will spin for a period of time and stop.then insert your dvd disk and check out if the same problem.then drive inner lens is faulty and needs replacement.
Take a can of air and blow some air gently into it. Could be a dust problem on the laser. After this then try and load the game again, if it doesn't work still, then its a weak laser and you'll have to get the drive replaced
yeah this is a comon problem with the laser dying on the xbox 360 your best bet is to call this number and get them to change it free of charge 0800 587 1102 it will take around a week to sort but you will have no money to pay and it will be returned fixed
if the usb drive when trying to access it says insert disc, the usb drive was not 2gb. if you can test it with "H2testW" google this.
if during test unit comes back as fake, there is one program that might work to restore it to correct specifications. good luck!
"PD V1.08 B3"
the tray should have a micro switch to touch when its closed. maybe it needs some fine adjustment. if it doesnt say closed then the laser drive wont start. or maybe the magnetic clamp hasnt come down onto the disc properly