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No pic but i have sounds

I was playing my 360 then all of a sudden the pic got all messed up i thought that it was my tv but i went to another tv and it was the same thing then i put it back and now it just plays the sound and it has no pic you can hear it truning on but the tv is still blace

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You are experiencing a graphic card meltdown. the inter cooler should have prevented this. you will have to send to Microsoft for this repair unfortunately.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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