Monday, June 20, 2011

I googled some guides and I found a guide on how to fix my error. It's called the "penny trick" and it actually worked. My xbox works like nothing happened, and I pulled another all nighter with my friends. We played a few Gamebattles matches and we won them all. Not sure of our current record, too lazy to check. I'm just happy my Xbox works again and thanks for all the tips to helping me fix it again. I'll be posting daily so stay tuned.

25 comments:

Ryan said...

good to know
in case that happen with me

miet said...

Congratz man, I luckily never had a ring of death before!

rivalcraft said...

Glad you found a way to fix it!

mens said...

Still on blogger, even after you fixed your xbox,
Nice!

Jon Dujaka said...

I am so glad you managed to fix it.

Michael Arsenault said...

Good stuff! Glad your xbox is working again!

after3 said...

I think we'll all sleep better at night with this knowledge.

a3

Zertuzzi said...

great stuff mmmm

To Tipota said...

well done mate, fingers crossed it won't happen again.

rkabala36 said...

Good job! I had to fix my xbox a few months ago as well.

Travis said...

Nice job, I've had many problems with my xbox 360, and not a single problem with my ps3...
anyways, following!
cheers!

todd said...

good to have you back my friend.

HardstyleFever said...

Good News!
Have not had my xbox for long so I hope I will not have to do this trick for a while!

Thundering Blog.com said...

A friend of mine did this and it wasn't a permanent solution.

Dunriel Galathados said...

Good job, man. Now you can keep on playing.

Integral_Triple said...

hey i got the same problem a few weeks ago, its pretty easy to fix, glad you solved it

DIYgamer said...

Penny trick is definitely NOT a permanent solution. If you need pennies to hold your RAM chips against your board, it's broken. You'll need to reflow the RAM when the pennies stop working.. adding more pressure will only make it worse in the long run.

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Chaela said...

Yea penny trick did not solve the problem for long.

Samuel Morales Bender said...

Good news but better go to a technician to repair it!!!

John said...

Thanks for the post, I'll remember this in case I get a red ring.

Agent 001 said...

Awesome thanks man! now lets hope my Xbox dnt RROD!

MrGbounds said...

Yeah, I suggest you go fix it and not temporarily fix it.. XD I know my 360 (I believe a launch title 360) Red ringed and it's just been sitting looking at me everytime I'm on my laptop...

Good job for the temporary fix though.

convictus said...

Thankfully when mind did the rrod I was still under warranty. Hope I never get another.

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