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You can figure out real quick through isolution what the problem is and who to point the finger at. Go ahead and unplug your xbox 360 system and hook it up to another tv. It doesn't have to be hdmi, just a standard one can work fine so you can plug the yellow video, and two white/red audio cables in to test. If that works then you need to look at the ports on your tv or sound system as the source problem. Check the settings...it doesn't hurt to reset them and reconfigure. Also check the xbox system settings in the Dashboard and verify. That will get the ball rolling and get your solution asap. Good luck!!!
For, first time u should the following play a movie using the Media Player for Xbox 360, a Windows firewall warning will appear Note: This is due to the Xbox 360 playing the movies over the network. Simply click the "Unblock" button on the window that appears (see below) and the movie will play fine, i think so. You only have to cancel this warning once.
you cannot just replace the old dvd drive with a new one, you need to take the key from the old drive and then place it onto the new drive so it will work. all xbox 360 drives have a security key. If you still have your old drive then you may be ok and it may be that a technician can do the work for you. www.fixmyconsole.co.uk
Was the sound ever working in HD mode? And if not, then plug you red and white RCA jacks into their normal slots. You can always recheck your settings in the 360 dashboard, it in the slice all the way to the right.