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Xbox 360 picture not working on the tv, sound works


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figmentos

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we got a new dvd player and since we've had it we cant get picture for the xbox, only sound. The ps2 works fine and the old xbox but just not the 360. What could it be? Thanks.

(sorry if its not the right place to post this?)

Edited by figmentos, 14 June 2008 - 10:06 PM.

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Turn on your Xbox with the controller and while it's turning on hold: Right Trigger + Left Trigger + Y. all at the same time and it should reset your graphics.
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figmentos, Yes this is the correct place to post this. If the above suggested does not work, Then I'd suggest you see if your cables are Component, HDMI, or A/V. The Component cable will have two separate ends with one connection to the Xbox, one end will have Yellow, Red, and White. The other end will have Red Blue and Green. If this is the case then Check the connecter and make sure it has the correct settings selected. The component cable has 2 selections at the connection point to the Xbox, one is TV which is for use with only the red white and yellow connections where as the HDTV selection is for use with the red blue and green cables, with which you will also need the white and red from the other end for sound. If it’s an HDMI Plug it will have a smaller connection to the Xbox and have similarities to a USB connection where it connects to the TV. There are no suggestions if this is the case. And regular A/V cables will have just a Red white and yellow connection on the end
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