How do I fix my XBOX 360 if it turns on, but won't boot?
The console is not suffering from the Red Ring of Death and turns on, but it won't boot. What could be wrong with it?
Don't know, but don't worry about it, without it getting in the way, you can now buy some books to read and have an active pass time.
I'd take it into like bestbuy or something to get it checked. My ps3 did a similar thing last month, and it was because of a corrupted hard drive. in which case turning on and off the xbox won't help :\
My old xbox did this, and luckily it was time for me to buy a new one.. So i did a test to see if i could fix it.. I dropped it from about 5 feet in the air and let it hit the ground, in hopes to realign any problems ... Well it didn't work anymore, and like i said, i was ready for a new one anyways..
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