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Does your hard drive make a buzzing noise when you turn it on? Or does it make clicking noises or not spin up? Well, in this video I will show you how to fix this fairly common problem which is caused by the drive's heads getting stuck on the platters. You'll definitely need this before starting: http://amzn.to/2istwyH In some cases, data recovery software may have to be used. Here is a good one to check out: Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery - Professional http://bit.do/stellarphoenix Want to be extra safe? You can build a clean air enclosure. Here's a video all about that: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPEa0Wc9iUc
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I give you a brief explanation of how i fixed my xbox 360 slim when it got the red dot of death.
In this video I repair a faulty Xbox 360 E console with a bad cooling fan. This caused the console to automatically shut itself down after a few minutes to protect itself from "insufficient ventilation". The power button would then blink a red light for some time until the console had eventually cooled down. This cycle would then continue over and over because the cooling fan wasn't working.
I purchased the console used from a car boot sale for just £4 with the power supply unit. It was in a box of random cables and junk which is probably why nobody had seen and bought it before me.
Upon inspection I checked the hard drive bay, which had the 250GB hard drive still present making it a no-brainier buy.
The cooling fan used in the latest models of Xbox 360 slim consoles (both E and S series) are identical so sourcing a replacement fan was easy. The replacement fan I purchased from eBay and that actually cost me more than the console did at £7 including postage. Total cost of this console was just £10.99 for a 250GB latest-model Xbox 360 E with power supply plus a bit of time to replace the fan. Not bad, eh?
Car Boot Sales may be otherwise known as a garage sale by some or a flea market. I often go to them (normally weekly) but I only make videos when I find and buy something I feel others will be interested in or pick up some good deals. I sometimes do really well and buy loads of things and then other times I come back with nothing at all. It all depends on what is there on the day!
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