Problems with your Xbox 360 console can sometimes be solved by making sure your power supply connections are firmly connected. If you're having problems, try these steps.
Describes problems and provides solutions for situations in which you console shuts itself off.
Details about the Xbox 360 console’s power supply unit and power supply cords.
Learn how to turn on or turn off your Xbox 360 console and Xbox 360 wireless controller.
Learn how to replace damaged Microsoft Xbox 360 discs through the Microsoft Game Disc Replacement Program.
Learn what to do if you see the error message "This disc is unreadable" when you use a Games on Demand game.
If the disc tray on your Xbox 360 console is stuck shut, here's how you can manually open it.
Learn about Xbox error codes and status code
Learn about the light display around the power button on the Xbox 360 E console.
Learn what to do if you see a flashing green light on the Xbox 360 console power button.
Four flashing lights is usually indicates a problem with your A/V cable. Here are some solutions to get you back up and playing.
If you have a blinking red light on the power button of your Xbox 360 console, it's because your console is overheating.
Three flashing red lights means there’s a hardware problem with your original Xbox 360 console or power supply. Try these solutions to solve this problem.
Did you lose the manual for your Xbox 360 console or accessory? Here's a great place to find manuals.
Getting an error code after updating your Xbox 360 console software? See the troubleshooting steps on this page.
Fix Xbox 360 console software problems and error codes that can occur when trying to update the Xbox 360 console software.
The Xbox 360 console software is periodically updated with new features. Find tips and suggestions for updating your console’s software via Xbox Live, a game disc, or even a USB flash drive.
Learn about common Xbox 360 system update errors and general troubleshooting solutions.