Well about two years ago I purchased an Xbox 360 arcade, but then about 9 months later it broke (not by the RROD, actualy). Well it was still in Warrenty so we got a new one. It has lasted about a year, and I just purchased a 60 gb hardrive, and an ethernet cord to get internet. I got everything up and running but hen all of a suddent we got one red ring of death. I knew that was the worst thing for an Xbox so I went to the Microsoft website, and since my xbox was still in warrenty I had them ship m a new one. Well today (a day after this happened) I turned on the Xbox just for kicks and it worked! So I was excited but, I played it then about an hour later i tried it and it had the stupid RROD. But I tried to turn it on one more time to make sure it was really dead, but it turned on perfectly! IDK what to do! Should I just take the new Xbox? Or keep the one I have? Will Microsoft charge me?
P.s. Is 60 gb enough? I think it is but I'm no expert by any means..
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