Xbox 360 S reboots when I sign onto my Xbox Live Profile

I just got a new xbox 360 S 4gb model, then i ordered a 250gb drive from amazon installed it moved over 100gbs to the drive it then began rebooting over and over sent the drive back got a new 250gb drive downloaded 70gbs of data. I sign onto my xbox live profile and the console restarts as soon as it signs me on. Does not do this with other profiles, I deleted my profile and recovered but still doing it. Beginning to think I have a problem with the console, related to data somehow.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

Hmm, that's quite odd. Is the GT on your hard drive, or is it on the internal 4GB memory?

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it's actually on a flash drive at the moment, it also did it on the 4gb and the HD. It stopped doing it after I formatted the hard drive. I'am now slowly downloading data again a little here and there until i get back up to the 70gb i had on it just incase i downloaded to much to fast and overheated the HD and maybe corrupted some data.

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I dont think its a problem with the harddrive because I am having the exact same problem

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2 different 250gig hard drives have 71gb's of data loaded onto them and I log onto the profile associated with them and it just keeps rebooting over and over.

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Hmm, okay. Do you have another console you can try recovering your Gamertag to? Just to see if the same thing happens?

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got a different console........put in the 250gb Hard drive logged on to my profile. Reboots, tried a different profile reboots. So at this point I'm left with the conclusion that the 1st Hard drive I had became defective somehow, got a new one now it is in the same state. Somehow I managed to get 2 hard drives that *** up only when the area of 70+gb's is loaded onto them. Mind you the 1st drive I basically loaded non-stop until it was done and the 2nd drive I took a week over small increments to load the same amount.  And yeah I've recovered the GT but since other GT's are now doing the same thing, so it has to be a bad hard drive.

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Alright, What was the last thing you downloaded on your hard drive?

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I got another hard drive and its working fine. I suggest trying to get another one, because since our problem is the same it's probably the hard drive's fault for you as well.

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