Tried all your suggestions but nothing. Someone else said they believe it is the machine itself, is that a possibility or do you think it could be the cables? If you could let me know asap please that would be awesome.Thanks so much for your help.
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It might be a problem with your router, if you turn it off for 30 seconds like it suggests, then it should work. If not you might want to try to recover your account. This happened to me the other day, I waited 30 minutes and tried again and it solved itself.
A fuzzy television screen is generally not the fault of the game console itself, but of your television.
The Xbox 360 is an HD game console, and from personal experience, trying to render an hd image in 480i Standard Definition will cause it to look somewhat fuzzy regardless of the television.
Just to make sure it is not the Xbox, I would, if possible, suggest you try the 360 on another television, preferrably with the HD cables (remember that there's a switch on the cable itself that you will need to switch from SD to HD).
Unfortunately, if you do not have access to a high def television, you can always fiddle with the contrast and sharpness on your standard def TV to reduce the fuzzyness, but the screen will always be somewhat fuzzy.
I realize this is probably not the answer you wanted, but to solve this problem for my own Xbox, I ended up purchasing an inexpensive HD Television.
This has happened to my before. I believe you are talking about when you move the XBOX while the disk is spinning and a spiral ring is scratched into the disc. The only thing you can do to fix this is to buy another copy of the disc, or if you have the latest updates on the console (which is only possible if you use XBOX LIVE), you can rent a copy of the game and install it on the Hard Drive. If you do install the game, don't throw away your old game, because you will still need to put it in the disc drive. Hope this helps! :)
I trawled the net looking for answers. Some suggestions were, take out battery and sim for a few minutes, restore factory settings, clean connections... someone even suggested you put it on the washing machine while it was in use! I tried all of the above without success (yes, even the washing machine one). I rang the Nokia helpline and all they offered was the suggestions above and to send it in to be fixed. I was answering the phone with the headset in, just by chance, after a day or so I removed the headset and voila! problem had solved itself, icon was removed. It did come back when someone made me a call but I put the headset in for a few minutes then took it out and the icon went away. Hope this helps :)
I presume that it is possible to send a fax normally? To make a copy, the machine is basically sending a fax to itself. Therefore if it is possible to send a normal fax and setting the paper to make a copy in the same way as faxing doesn't allow the copy button to work, then the fault is in the machine. Believe me this machine isn't worth spending money on.