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Microsoft sued over Xbox 360 "red ring of death"

Class action starts
Fri Jul 20 2007, 13:10
ANOTHER CLASS ACTION started in a California district court alleging that general hardware failures damaged expensive computer games.

According to the writ, issued in the names of Christine Moskowitz and David Wood, Microsoft rushed to market with the Xbox 360 but suffered from "numerous hardware defects", known as the "red ring of death".

But the Xbox 360 unit doesn't only have this problem, but scratches the surface of game disks. Moskowitz wanted Microsoft to refund the price of a number of disks but claims that she was advised to replace the games by buying extra disks for $20 a shot. µ

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