Xbox 360 Ring Of DeathGet the Xbox Red Ring of Death fix guide
When my husband and I first got our Xbox 360 sometime ago, it was needless to say that it quickly became our pride and joy. Everything we did circulated around the Xbox, from watching DVDs, to playing games. I`ll have to admit that I was not such a nut about it at first, but when it came into our household, there was no turning back. While my husband was into online game battles, I used it to watch downloaded tv shows and movies. Slowly and unsuspectingly, we sort of became dependent on the not-so-idiot box.
In its early days, we have been hearing rumors about the device`s reliability and the technical failure rates. It did not bother us really, not until it happened to us. The most common problem was the Xbox 360 Ring of Death, where three flashing red lights around the power console indicated the problem. We were seeing checks and sometimes stripes on the screen in the middle of playing games, and eventually the whole thing would freeze. The power console could not respond to anything else other than to be turned off. So, both of us decided to go online to find out more about the Xbox 360 Ring of Death issue.
We were rather adamant on sending back the Xbox to the nearest service center before my husband stumbled upon this website: http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH. Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on fixing it, the site offered a much cheaper solution. Although we were rather skeptical at first, we decided that the price was worth a try to fix the Xbox 360 Ring of Death problem. Besides, it did promise 24 hour delivery upon payment and a 60 day money back guarantee. It was also enticing because it claimed to teach you how to repair a whole host of all other problems related to the Xbox 360 Ring of Death issue like freezing, or the E74 error.
Our first impression of this guide was rather good as the package did arrive shortly after we placed an order. We started on the PDF files first, where there were instructions together with pictures to help you identify the problem. Then, step by step instructions were displayed on how to fix the console. We also found a video manual that showed similar steps in the PDF file. The only real difference with the video was that we had to pause it from time to time before moving on to the next step.
True to its promise, we miraculously fixed the Xbox 360 Ring of Death problem with our own bare hands! About an hour of tutoring with the PDF file and a manual video, we were back on track playing games on the Xbox. For those interested, you can just visit the website by typing http://7ceed2r5ue0n2kb7dfmnomvr0p.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=XBOX360REDRINGOFDEATH in your address bar. It is a mere investment of $29.95 for the manual. Rest assured, as payments are handled by ClickBank.com, which accepts all major credit cards, and PayPal. A full refund is guaranteed if the Xbox 360 breaks down again within the next 60 days.
On the whole, it was a fantastic accident bumping into this website before we sent our Xbox to the service center. We hope that word gets out as this site will be helpful to all those Xbox victims out there.