It may be a faulty Hard Drive, if you have another hard drive that you could try then you could isolate the problem to be either that hard drive, or your console, in the case of your console, you may have to send it for repair. You can find additional information
on troubleshooting your Xbox 360 Hard Drive issues at this link:
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