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Xbox 360 no picture but sound

I was playing call of duty world at war when all of the sudden my screen got this weird green saturation or something. about 2 minutes and it stopped then it came back. i turned my xbox off to see if that was the problem, but when i turned it back on nothing popped up but i could hear the sound of the xbox turning on and the game loading. I unplugged all of 360 wires and blew in them to see if dust was causing the problem and plugged them back in, but it still doesnt work. please help!!!

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  • dr tehshiznt
    dr tehshiznt Jan 22, 2009

    so what should i do to fix it?

  • othello219 Jan 23, 2009

    i bought a used xbox and had the same problem where i was playing call of duty world at war and then call of duty 4 and my screen just froze. i turned it off and let it sit for over 2 hours. When i tried again it would turn on and have some sound but i never saw a picture on the screen. I was wondering how much it will cost to have it fixed and where i am to send it to. my emails is othello219@hotmail.com

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Audio but No Video/Picture Problem can be fixed with the help of This DIY Video Guide, I would suggest you to give it a try as it also provide Money Back Guarantee.

Note: If you are facing this problem either you can send your Xbox to Microsoft for repair, if yon can wait for 2-3 weeks then it is good otherwise you can fix the problem yourself within an hour with the help of above Video Guide.

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Headed for 3 red lights or no video. It is the solder under the GPU.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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