Fast forward 6 months and I start getting freezing on the splash screen, I saw some tricks where you could let it run for a few then restart and finally make it to dash which did work however I started freezing in dash randomly. I cleared the system cache which helped a little and figured I needed to get the new improved dashboard, so after a few freezes I got the thing online and updating. This is where it gets strange, I get to 70-80% of the update and I get a "Can't Process update" with a long error code, reset and try again same msg different code. I reset try again and freeze at 90% freeze rinse repeat and finally got it to 100%. The console goes to reset itself, screen goes black and the power stays on so I reset manually. I power up and only have a power LED, the controller is solid green with no controllers registering on the xbox. I try syncing a wireless, I can get the xbox to initiate a sync but they fail to do so. I can open & close the disc drive and when a game is placed inside I can hear what i'm guessing is the laser move but no disc spinning up.
I get no audio no video but I have power. Ive plugged the power into different wall sockets, tried different tv's used different video plugs and Im getting squat. The PSU is green so I don't think its power related. Something tells me the update has maybe done something to the BIOS so it's not booting? Im not sure if I was seeing things but I could swear I saw the controller flash red ring right before it tried to reset after the update. Ive taken the console apart, everything is clean, always was kept cool and in an open space.
If there is some way of hooking up to my pc and fixing the BIOS I would like to try it. I built my pc so I have a little knowledge of how some of these things operate. Im wanting to play Dead island with my nephew on local but after this it may not happen. If any of you guys have in info on a fix I would be extremely grateful for some info.
Nice to meet you all & thanks for your time,
Edited by Vindicut, 13 September 2012 - 05:59 AM.