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Sending off your Xbox 360 to Microsoft`s Xbox 360 repair center due to RROD problems or "the red ring of death" seems to be an almost regular thing for Xbox 360 owners. As one of those select few who live very far away from any Xbox 360 repair center (think continents!) shipping is a huge issue, especially if your currency doesn`t really convert very well against the US greenback. Due to Microsoft`s rather lackluster presence in my own country, there are no official Xbox 360 repair centers nearby. While there are tons of non-legit repairmen in practically every games shop, you`re often left wondering if they`ve swiped something from your original Xbox 360 system, which is probably what happened to my first Xbox 360 as it stopped working completely after one such repair.
Recently, I got the 2nd generation Xbox 360 with Microsoft`s supposedly fixed GPU and heating issues. Surprise, surprise.... or in my case no real surprise, as the console still had the RROD issue. With either the choice of shipping my new Xbox 360 to Microsoft`s Xbox 360 repair center or going to one of the illegitimate repair guys, I was left with practically no options. On one hand, shipping costs to Microsoft`s Xbox 360 repair center would come to about nearly the same amount I paid for the console, while sending it to one of those repairmen would probably result in another spoilt console.
It`s funny that when you seem to have no choice at all, a whole new range of choices will open up. Left with no alternative but alternative Xbox 360 red ring of death fixes, I turned to online forums to look for a fix. While I didn`t intend to bake it, wrap a towel around it until it cooked, freeze it or anything else as severe a cure, I did find some interesting glimmers of hope in the form of various how-to guides on the Internet. Rather than cobble together bits and pieces and hope for the best, I went for a total solution at http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH. With a price of $29.95 and a refund warranty of 60 days, I figured I had nothing to lose. Payment was quick and smooth thanks to the ClickBank support, while delivery of the guide was nearly instant. As soon as the payment was verified, the nice folks at http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH sent me a PDF version via instant download while I waited for my delivery to arrive.
Opening up the guide, the instructions were quite clear-cut; but being a complete novice at actual hardware repair, I felt I needed some guidance. Fortunately, there were many updated how-to videos for each step of the way at http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH. They also offered quite efficient informative support. With these people by my side to figuratively hold my hand, I finished the fix myself well within the advertised one hour. So far, my self-fixed 2nd gen Xbox 360 has yet to give me another RROD - even with all night marathon runs. For this reason alone, I`d recommend the fix at http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH to anyone living outside of the US and UK as it lets me repair my Xbox without having to shell out even more money than it cost me to get the console in the first place.