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No signal error

I now get a message -- no signal - when i turn on the xbox 360. The unit was working fine just the other day. Turned it on yesterday and now get this message. I have tried changing the cables out and still no signal.


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  • garrettzuver Oct 20, 2008

    when i turn on my xbox360 it runs fine but my tv says no signal and i have tryed 2 different tv's and nohing will work,please help.

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If you've tried different cables, then it is something wrong with the video card and you should call 1-800-4my-xbox. almost all xbox 360s are in warranty with them and although it is a pain to deal with them, its the easiest and cheapest solution. Unless your extremely good with electronics and computers I wouldnt open the case because that would void the warranty if there is one.

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So, first disconnect all power and AV cables from the back of your Xbox 360 console and also unplug the power cord from the wall socket, wait for a minute then reconnect them all back and try to turn on your Xbox 360 console once more.

If that doesn't work, it seems then to be a fault with your Xbox 360 hard drive so turn off the console again and remove the hard drive then turn on your Xbox 360 console without the hard drive, supposed then to work fine, it might be an intermittent issue and when you reconnect the hard drive your Xbox 360 will work fine all after, or it will just work fine without the hard drive so it will be then definitely a fault with your Xbox 360 hard drive so call Xbox 360 customer support to exchange the hard drive for you.

The Xbox 360 console might even keep giving you the same error code even after you remove the hard drive so it will then appear to be a fault with your Xbox 360 console not the hard drive & also in a case like this we need to contact Xbox 360 customer support to exchange the console.


Read more: http://xbox360help.blogspot.com/2007/03/one-red-flashing-light-xbox.html#ixzz14pQlSds6

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