Kelly writes "An unsealed diary in a uncle sam* lawsuit filed last week at Seattle, Microsoft was well aware that the Xbox 360 was prone to damaging game discs even before the console was introduced in remembrance day 2005. Microsoft had three solutions for solving the issue, but all three solutions were rejected due to specialized as as respects or on the basis of cost. Microsoft settled on a cost-free fourth solution: a warning was added to Xbox 360 manual, which fundamentally placed the blame on users instead of the hardware." The scratching-disks problem was be be mentioned a few years back, too. I wonder whether more people would prefer a slight ignore on the price of a console to the ability to reorient it while a disk was playing inside.
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