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Originally Posted by qtwre
The disc scratching thing was from people moving/tilting the xbox while the disc was spinning. To Microsoft's credit, it was a warning in the manual. I believe they put a piece of foam in the drive on the later models.
I dont mean to sound rude but thats complete crap dude. I have seen discs get scratched very easily inside a 360 console that was never once moved.

Microsoft rocks in my opinion but they just screwed up with this thing. My biggest complaint about it though isnt really Microsofts fault its the devs. Call of Duty 3 is like the ONLY freaking game on that system that performs perfectly. Every other game has TERRIBLE V Synch issues. The screen tears all the time on Ghost Recon. And I'm sorry when you've shelled out over a thousand bucks for a 369 and a nice tv it really sucks to see -----______---___--___-____-__-_ all over a 50+ inch screen haha
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