Ok, I moved into a new house and I found a 360 in the floor, apparently the owner left it behind. I went to gamestop and asked them to hook it up to a 360 Elite A/C cable (the owner left only the console nothing else) and it game the normal two RRD signaling the absence of the HDD and then three RRD which I believe it means that the motherboard or the graphic card is toasted. No wonder the guy/gal left it behind, I went to this guy that fixes Xbox and asked him how much would it cost me to fix this baby and he immediately responded “that will be $60”. Now understand that I don’t have a huge allowance and with $60 I can buy a used 60Gb HDD+the A/C Elite cable+the normal tv cables (or an HDMI cable). I just found this site that gives me step-by-step instructions on how to fix this problem and sells me a complete kit too, it is called “www.llamma.com” you guys probably heard of it. Now this Xbox can easily have a good five years and I am aware of the 3-year extension that Microsoft posted. But when I go to register the product I need to put my address, telephone and other types of information that I don’t feel comfortable giving just for an Xbox. I also took off the Faceplate and noticed that the silver “Microsoft” seal was intact, so I just don’t know what to do, ’cause I want it fixed immediately. Should I fix it myself, pay the $60 for the guy to stab me in the a$$, or try to send it to Microsoft and wait a month for it to hopefully return? Thank you very much for your time, especially for reading such a long description.