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If you’re ready to take action and prevent hair loss, go to http://keeps.com/inside to receive your first month of treatment for free! Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring our channel http://expressvpn.com/inside Looks like the PS5 and the Series X are still facing an onslaught of bugs and uniques issues as more people continue to get their hands on them. This time the PS5 is the one having disc issues where the drive just likes to spin up at random times and speeds. If that wasn’t enough Microsoft recently just patched out a bug that allowed hackers to access your email address simply by knowing your gamer tag. Sure, it’s all a little scary to usher in the next generation of gaming hardware with so many trials and tribulations but don’t worry. Today we are reassuring ourselves that everything is going to be alright… on Inside Gaming Daily! Listen to our podcast! https://link.chtbl.com/IGPodcast Or buy our shirt! https://is.gd/u3xCtA OR follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/snackary_ https://twitter.com/mc_lotta/ https://twitter.com/handsomemaster2 https://twitter.com/doplextv http://twitter.com/InsideGaming SOURCES [Video Games Chronicle] A PS5 bug is reportedly causing discs to spin loudly even when they’re not in use https://bit.ly/33eTNrt [Reddit] Disc drive spinning up at random times – extremely loud https://bit.ly/3q0PDgq [ResetERA] Ps5 Disk spinning every hour? https://bit.ly/3fxawel [Youtube, gmase001] PS5 Coil Whine https://bit.ly/3kXAvNb [Digital Trends] The most common PS5 problems and how to fix them https://bit.ly/3fyK4Bo [ScreenRant] PS5 Crashes & Artifacting More Widespread Than Previously Expected https://bit.ly/3m3ez4N [Twitter] @snarekick https://bit.ly/3lXC7b8 [Twitter] @X_gamer_kid https://bit.ly/379iWFj [Reddit] Overheating? https://bit.ly/39iGQkp [Reddit] i really hope this noise somehow goes away because it’s even louder in person lol https://bit.ly/3pX5Tzd [Twitter] @CultureCrave https://bit.ly/3fvt9iP [Polygon] The Xbox Series X seems to have a disc drive problem https://bit.ly/3fyKdoqInside Gaming YouTube Channel
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