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First time poster. Just RGH'd my trinity slim yesterday. Everything went really well. Loaded xexmenu, dash launch, freestyle dashboard, and aurora.

Everything was running well until it started randomly rebooting. It's at random time intervals. Anywhere between 10 seconds to 30 minutes.

I'm not exactly sure where to start troubleshooting this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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First time poster. Just RGH'd my trinity slim yesterday. Everything went really well. Loaded xexmenu, dash launch, freestyle dashboard, and aurora.

Everything was running well until it started randomly rebooting. It's at random time intervals. Anywhere between 10 seconds to 30 minutes.

I'm not exactly sure where to start troubleshooting this issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Is it plugged into a power strip?
 
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Is it plugged into a power strip?
Yes. It currently is. I've also plugged it into its own wall outlet as well as tried a different power supply. It still does it regardless. Currently it's been on for about an hour. During that time I've ripped a few games and kept an eye on things. Temps stay below 50.
 
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Yes. It currently is. I've also plugged it into its own wall outlet as well as tried a different power supply. It still does it regardless. Currently it's been on for about an hour. During that time I've ripped a few games and kept an eye on things. Temps stay below 50.
This was happening to me for a while but i fixed it so, i would recommend not having it in a power strip and when your done with everything unplug everything from your xbox and then let it sit for maybe 1-5 min and then plug everything back in and it should be good.
 
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This was happening to me for a while but i fixed it so, i would recommend not having it in a power strip and when your done with everything unplug everything from your xbox and then let it sit for maybe 1-5 min and then plug everything back in and it should be good.
This was happening to me for a while but i fixed it so, i would recommend not having it in a power strip and when your done with everything unplug everything from your xbox and then let it sit for maybe 1-5 min and then plug everything back in and it should be good.
It initially started when plugged into its own outlet. It's been performing better with the power strip. Just has me scratching my head. Thanks for the reply.
 
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Check your power cable is plugged into your Xbox properly and see if your power brick has a green light when using your Xbox.
 
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Do u here a beep when it turns off?
 
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Check your power cable is plugged into your Xbox properly and see if your power brick has a green light when using your Xbox.
Yeah. When this was happening it was completely plugged in with a green light. Like I said I even tried two different bricks. It's still been running good. May have been a software issue that I unknowingly sorted out. Thanks for the reply.
 
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