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Tell me if Im wrong but you mean when you plug the controller in the Xbox does not acknowledge that you have plugged in a controller? I had the same problem once and we found out that if you wrap the controller to tight with it's cord, then the part that goes into the controller comes lose and eventually will not work. That is what happened to me so im guessing that has happened to you too. If you mean it wont go into the Xbox like it wont fit, then I don't know about how it won't fit into the Xbox.
If your using the hi-def cable(red blue green) check that its switched to either standard of hi-def. Also if your using the hi-def cable it wont work if u have the white head in the same time as red blue green! Hope it works for you!
Hi, this is caused from your GPU unit becoming too warm, this has 3 types of reactions when it gets hot...it either loses video,but has sound or has video and no sound, or it severe cases it will give you the RROD. The best way to fix this is take it to a repair shop and have them replace the x-clamps and thermal compund. It is a relatively inexpensive repair to have done.
There is a problem with the way your cables are plugged in. Your audio is working so that means you must have the video cable plugged into the wrong spot. Try moving around the video cable to different plugs and see if that helps