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Hey Guys
A few days ago my Xbox one came up with the black screen of death, it appeared after having the normal loading screen. I did the usual of turning it off at the wall, unplugging it etc etc. I then went ahead and spoke to Xbox support, the guy on the other end told me to use the method of getting a usb and updating my Xbox through offline updates. After numerous attempts it still returns to a black screen after installing the update.
My only other option would be sending it into repair and I really don't want to do that, if anybody has any suggestions or links to websites which would help I'd really appreciate it.
Thanks in Advance!
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this happend to me and i want to my nearest game and got it traded for another one
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My warranty has expired so i cant take it back, xbox are charging $100+ for repair
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-Velocity wroteMy warranty has expired so i cant take it back, xbox are charging $100+ for repair


fu*k goodluck with that then, seems like your only option
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If anybody has any suggestions please post, i have tried everything i can think off, spending that amount of money is something i cant do.

Thanks
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Unplug everything and let it sit for about 15 mins then plug everything back in and see if that works
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C4s wroteUnplug everything and let it sit for about 15 mins then plug everything back in and see if that works


I'll give it a try and let you know how it turns out, thanks
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On the 360. For a certain boot up error E71 i think it was.... If you had a disk in the try as it boots up hit eject. I don't know if it works for XB1 but would be worth a try. If not then contact Rodent_Modz. Im sure he will have a solution.
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