Aaron Greenburg proclaims red rings slain…


What can I say, I have a poetic side from time to time and thought I would share it with you.  It’s the least I could do.  According to an interview between Edge and Aaron Greenburg, the basic underlying message is that the whole RROD fiasco with Microsoft and the Xbox 360 is finished.  Not finished as in no more cases, but finished as in Microsoft has improved their repair techniques so that their are far fewer second timers.  For some words to mentally chew on concerning the whole interview come on inside!



“We’ve improved that [repair] process,” he says, declining to get into specifics. “It’s very quick, and they may upgrade your system with the latest technology. So that works really well.

“…What we do in general, the way that it works, is that they will fix it with the latest [hardware] improvements that we’ve applied [to current Xbox 360s]. Obviously we’re continuously improving the technology inside the box, not to get too technical. So they’ll apply that when they make the increments to your system.”

“We’re seeing great performance of the current systems, so we’re really happy with the way they’ve been performing. … From friends that have had [repairs] done as of late, I can tell you from our own internal staff that we’re seeing very strong performance from a quality standpoint.

“What it comes down to is isolating and figuring out the issue, fixing the issue, and the more that we can fix the issue, and know it’s fixed, then we’re good going forward. We’ve put the worst behind us on this, but we know there are a few lagging systems, and so we want to take those and make it right.”

So just because a process flow is improved can you really call it fixed or label it problem solved?  What do you think?


Source: Crunchgear