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My vizio 32 inch tv.Objects on the screen blow out to abnormal

Objects on the screen such as the arms on a person blow out to an abnormal size..
Other objects on the screen do the same.

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THIS IS AN ERROR IN THE XBOX'S GRAPHICS CALCULATION.

  1. THE EASIEST SOLUTION IS TO EMPTY THE CACHE BY PERFOMING MAINTENANCE ON YOUR STORAGE DEVICE. IF YOU HAVE A HARD DRIVE, GO INTO YOUR DASHBOARD, TO THE MY XBOX TAB( YOU DO HAVE THE NEW XBOX LIVE EXPERIENCE, RIGHT) GO INTO THE MY XBOX TAB THEN SLIDE LEFT TO THE SETTINGS TAB, THEN DOWN TO MEMORY. SELECT MEMORY THEN HIGHLIGHT BUT DONT SELECT YOUR STORAGE DEVICE. THEN PRESS Y FOR DEVICE OPTIONS, THEN ON THE DEVICE OPTIONS SCREEN PRESS THESE BUTTONS IN THIS SEQUENCE X TWICE, LB, RB, X TWICE. YOU SHOULD SEE A WINDOW ASKING IF YOU WANT TO PERFORM MAINTENANCE ON YOUR STORAGE DEVICE. SELECT YES AND THEN IT WILL SAY THAT IT IS PERFOMING MAINTENANCE ON YOUR STORAGE DEVICE. TURN IT OFF THEN TURN IT BACK ON. WHAT THIS DOES IS THAT IT EMPTIES YOUR CACHE, WHERE ALL THESE RANDOM FILES ARE STORED, ALSO YOUR GAME UPDATES ARE STORED IN THIS LOCATION. JUST DELETE IT AND DOWNLOAD THEM AGAIN, FOR CORRUPTED FILES CAN CAUSE THE PROBLEM THAT YOU DEFINE ABOVE. BY THE WAY THIS ALSO WORKS FOR A MEMORY CARD.
  2. IF THAT DIDNT WORK FOR YOU, THEN THAT COULD BE A PHYSICAL PROBLEM ON THE XBOX'S MOTHERBOARD, MAYBE SOMETHING OVERHEATED. IF IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY, SEND IT TO MICROSOFT AND GET A NEW BOX. THEY ALSO SEND YOU BACK ONE FREE MONTH OF LIVE WITH THE REPAIRED/ REPLACED XBOX, AND YOU ALSO GET A 3 YEAR WARRANTY WITH YOUR NEW XBOX.

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