I turned my 360 on it loaded the game, then the screen went black and the tv said Mode not supported. I took it to my neighbors and hooked it up with his cables and nothing but a black screen. I've already had to send it in twice for the red ring of death. Not to mention I went through two original Xbox's in one year. If they make another system there's no f-ing way I would waste my money on it.
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Is this the only game affected? Do all your other games play through? You can try to play the game under a different profile. Sometimes game saves get corrupted. That is why they were telling you to purge the hard drive. You can just delete the game saves for this game.
Make sure the switch on the 360 A/V cable is in the right position. Also unplug everything from the unit and plug it all back in again. From the reading I've done on tech issues the 360 has a lot of temporary issues like that.
There is a slide setting thing on your av cord that gives you the option of using TV or HDTV (look near the end of the cord that slides into the XBOX 360), You will see two choices for settings on the cord "TV" or "HDTV".
Just make sure that you have it on the correct setting. I had the smae problem. My XBOX 360 is not hooked up to HDTV, so for me it should stay on TV. But somehow when I took out the cord I accidently slide it to HDTV.
I simply slide it back to the "TV" Setting and in about 30 seconds it worked perfectly.
If you can,using a different Tv. check the 360's video output settings ( Dashboard, My Xbox section, System settings?) -Maybe it updated at some point and automatically changed the original settings. Some( if not all ) 360's have a specific setting for HD output.
Also, check the Video/audio output cable from your Xbox to Tv, for a while some 360s came with a cord that could be changed between Component and RCA.