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Recognizing the Symptoms of the RROD on Xbox 360

Well, to lose a love one will surely hurt an individual. There are those that are remains standstill after having experience losing someone you love, but for gamers, there’s still one thing that may give them this kind of feeling and that is the death of their gaming console, especially the Xbox 360.
The Xbox 360 was commonly known for its great impact on the gaming industry, but the positive facts aside, this console certainly introduced to the world, a problem like no other. On the internet, it was called the Red Rings of Death, and this was the cause for many debates versus the Xbox 360.
A gamer won’t certainly want to have the RROD if possible so it is certainly going to differ if you know whether your Xbox 360 is going to have a near experience with the RROD. It is important to know the symptoms of the Red Rings of Death.
First of all, since you’re the gamer, then it is should be a cinch for you to notice the Game play of your Xbox 360. Do you feel like you’re waiting for longer times for your games? Or do your games often become stutter or crash? Well, if this happens, then this might just indicate that your hardware is coming to its end.
One thing that you should also check is the system of your Xbox 360. When its hardware is failing, It may lock up even when not playing. When you experience this, it might give you the hint that the harbinger of death of Xbox 360 is coming.
Lastly the last sign of the Red Rings of Death is the light codes. You should know different light codes to know whether your Xbox 360 is experiencing the RROD or just having minor complications. First of all the green light indicates that the console is powered and is operating correctly. Green serves good for you in this case. When there’s only one red light then it means that your Xbox 360 has damage on its video scalar chip and is usually accompanied by an E74 code displayed on the TV indicating a Hardware Failure. Two red lights mean you Xbox 360 is overheated and it will shut down to cool itself with its fans. If it reaches three lights, then it is the RROD for you and this will render your Xbox 360 unplayable. If it exceeds three lights and reaches four, then it just means your AV cable is not plugged correctly or is unplugged.
Knowing these things may just help you in the future with your Xbox 360. With this, you’ll be sure if the problems your console is experiencing is the RROD or not and you’ll be able to bring out the correct countermeasures for it.

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