Yeah, I'll post a shot of where it is in a moment. Its beside the monitor. There is a wall behind it, but its a good half metre away. It certainly wasn't hot hot.
The power block is behind the PC, and I'm starting to wonder if its the power block killing it, because for it to go that quick after replacing the entire motherboard...
They said when sending it off to just send the console, no cables, no power, and no hard drive. I'm going to ring them tommorow and I'm going to ask to send the power block too.
This is getting on my nerves now
I was just starting to get back into playing things again
I do have a PS3 as well, and that still works, but I really want my 360 to be stable because its part of my PC experience, connected to my monitor and surround system, and argghh!!!
I'm going to ring them tommorow asking them for a complete replacement, because I'm not having this happen again.
I have tried to restart, and each time its red lighted, all except for once where it started up with the Xbox logo, and froze, going blank again.
Okay, now I just took out the disk, and reset, and its powered up and working. What?!
Just put the disk back in, reset and froze on startup.
Okay, it was just random, because its not working without the disk now either, haha... what the hell