Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
I have tons of white pixels all over my screen when i am playing a game only. it's clear when watching a movie or an main tittle screens. why? can anyone help me?
Many have tried to diagnose the root cause of thi problem, focusing on the various cables attached to their consoles; but whether using high or standard-definition cables, the same worrying situation of a display blackout occurs.
Others have supposed that the problems are being caused by the hardware component layout within the Xbox 360, blaming its poor orientation as the cause of limited ventilation - and perhaps the subsequent video faults. A few also mention the possibility of an Xbox Live update glitch, which may explain the reason why these people experienced the black screen around the same time.
By best advice is to call Microsoft and see if you are still under warranty and have the system replaced before spending money on new cables.
The number for Microsoft is listed on the back of almost every game booklet.
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
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