what if u got 2 red lights what does tha mean then plzs
whats wrong wiv my xbox if the 2 red lights keeps comeing on
Your Xbox is overheating. The overheating of the Xbox has been a long problem indeed. This is causes tiny wires in the graphics card, microchips, and other chips to melt causing problems. If your Xbox 360 is still under warranty, just contact Microsoft and they will ask you to send it in and they'll send you a new one with like a month of Xbox Live as a sorry. But, sometimes Microsoft customer service can be alittle frustrating with redirecting and stuff. Otherwise... if your Xbox 360 is not under warranty, go here:
http://www.squidoo.com/xbox_360_red_rin … o_guide123
This guide will guide you on how to fix your problem. There are other guides and you can just search them on google and youtube. If that doesn't work, buy a new Xbox 360. OR better get a PS3 if you don't want errors. A new Xbox 360 could mean getting another problem. PS3's have gone about 2X cheaper. Especially with the slim model. Hope this helps
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