Error code updating xbox
E07: RAM over heating E08: Unconfirmed: General I/O Malfunction, could be caused by an error with any of the I/O devies such as A/V port, USB, Hard drive, DVD drive, etc.over torquing of the AV or heatsync bolts can cause this error.
E19: Unknown: GPU Error this is usually caused by bridged solder points where the GPU connects to the mainboard.Lockups that occur at a specific point in a game are generally problems with the game itself and not caused by overheating.THINGS TO TRYDO NOT EVER PUT YOUR CONSOLE IN THE FREEZER OR OUT IN COLD WEATHERSome people think that doing this might help "fix" an overheating console, in fact doing so could cause even bigger problems.If there is a problem with the Xbox360 The LEDs in the ring of light will flash in a particular pattern.The pattern itself leads some insight to the problem.see error E18 for more detailed information E20: likely a Ram error, this can be caused by a cold or bridged solder joint on one of the Ram chips....
E32: (not yet known)E33: (not yet known)E34: (not yet known)E35: over heating GPU possibly due to lack of thermal compound....
Condensation will happen more quickly if your console is overheating due to the greater difference in temperature. The best solution is to replace the thermal compound. If you're console is still under warranty it is recommended that you contact MS for a replacement before attempting to fix it yourself.=============================The Specific Type of hardware failure can be determined by the error code displayed on the screen.
If the screen is blank or you would like additional information follow the instructions for determining the secondary error code in the section below E01: possibly a power supply problem E02: possibly a Network Interface problem (might be fixed by loosening the x-clamps)E03: possibly Power problem could be the PSU could be the GPU/CPU, somehow the console isn't getting clean power from the power supply.
E09: Unconfirmed: This can be caused by two completely different things either: A.
DVD Drive Time out - Can be caused by problems with a firmware flash.
Electronic devices like your console are made to function at and around room temperature, extreme cold temperatures can often cause just as many problems as extreme warm temperatures (such as overheating).