FRAG (green-red blinking) error

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  1. DarkGabbz
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    DarkGabbz Resident XBOX Guy

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    Hi i have a classic Xbox and it frag errors and if i wait minute or so and then press the eject button it boots for the rest of the day normally and the next day when i turn it back on it gives me the same error.(I flashed the IND-Bios and it doesnt change anything)
     
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    Possibly a HDD issue.
    Stock HDD?
     
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    With the stock hdd i have the same error i changed it last week to a 160gb and i got the same error.
     
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    Seems like a odd hardware error then.
    Any corroded traces?
     
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    No corroded traces.Its a v.1.1 xbox i already removed the Xbox Clock Capacitor.
     
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    Then unfortunately, I'm also at a loss.
     
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    its probably dying from its old age. that hardware isnt meant to last forever