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My 360 will have sound but no picture. We've tried making sure everything is hooked up properly, but still no pic. We thought it might be the cord, so we borrowed a cable that we know works, but still no pic

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  • neeneenee Jan 15, 2009

    my son's xbox 360 has the same problem. last night while playing it, he said the screen started turning green. he turned off and then on again, but a black screen appeared. he could hear, but that's it.

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Did you make sure you had the white, yellow, and red cables hooked up to the tv

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