thisismadness2 said:ive had my 360 for a year now and nothing bad has happpened to itand ive also had xbox live ever since ive had my xbox
the repair center is in texas.TR Gunzilla said:Thanks all , but well , suck , since i live in quebec , Microsoft is kinda far away.
Waiting for more answer
ROFLMC PwN 3R said:anyone know what causes the rrod? i heard that its because of the heat sink malfunction or something like that...can it also be from standing the 360 long ways up?
Dust accumilation can cause a static electricity problem, some PC's are too dusty, they just wont start, same for the 360, another problem is that dust can also just help the system heat up, more crap in there to heat up easily, just more heat to kill the system.Queen said:My friend still has her 360, and it's a 1st gen. 360. She keeps the 'Box on top of her uber-awesome sound system, which is inside a cupboard.
Make sure there isn't any dust in your 'Box. I think dust can give you the rrod.