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Problem persists i've tried the solution provided but no matter how i connect my xbox to the TV i still get the same! (no video only audio)

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  • CKKsker Oct 26, 2008

    Has anyonecome up with a solution to the audio and no video problem? I have just started to experience it.

  • CKKsker Oct 26, 2008

    No video when I start xbox 360 I get audio but no video.

  • KillaFoz89 Oct 26, 2008

    nice try dudebut i got it plugged into the HD componant input on my TV (with the switch onHDTV) and it dont work! same if i plug it into the standard defonition input on the TV (with the switch on TV) still no video on screen but audeo both times! solve that one please! lol! i just bought fable 2 and still not been able to play it!

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The switch in the back of the consle should be set on tv not hd

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