Some would say movement is why it does disk scratching and I dont believe that theory. I don't know why it doing that same thing inside my Halo version Xbox 360. I'm send it in to get looked @ of course its going to cost me $130 plus $20 buck each disk
it destroyed. That's 2 Halo Reach games. I have 2 consoles and it doesnt do that in my Xbox 360 Elite.
Xbox guy said that the disk is spinning so fast inside to read the information. I thought maybe the disk drives that was installed in some of the Xbox's is @ fault here. I would like to specifically look @ the specs here inside these consoles. Not all
are built the same - I know this from the fist Xbox's that were made. Let me know too.
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