teddy ballgame wrote:For some reason I remember this happening to me. It could have been because of the A/V cables because that had happened to me before too but I didn't think so. I haven't had a problem since, but again I'm not sure if it was the A/V cables.
It's good to know that you haven't had any problems since. This has been the case for me as well, at least so far. As I'm sure most people can relate, your 360 sounds like it is about to crash when playing Madden '07. It gets so loud and frequent that I sometimes anticipate the explosion of my 360. Perhaps this had something to do with. I'm not at all sure, though.
sox 06 wrote:I thought I read somewhere that Xbox isn't doing the "send a box and you send the Xbox back" repair thing anymore. I might be wrong but if they do still do that I think you only send in the actual Xbox and you keep all of your accessories (controllers, harddrives, memory cards etc.). I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure that's the case.
To my knowledge, you are right about the fact that you keep your controllers and memory cards when you send in your 360 for repairs. However, if you were to keep your hard drive, wouldn't you have to open up your 360? In that case, your warranty would become void.
FantasyFutballGuru13 wrote:well the problem isn't with your hard drive so I can't imagine they would give you a different one, I'm fairly confident you'd be allowed to keep that.
This is what I would expect Microsoft to do. Hopefully this will turn out to actually be the case. If I ever have to send my 360 in for repairs, I will be sure to ask them the same questions that I have asked here.