I didnt use my xbox for a little long time,when i tried to turn it on i connect it in my ilo 32-hd tv (withrgb) and it doesnt show anything..no sounds no video..but when i tried to connect it in my 14inch sony tv (without rgb) the video appeared but black and white and shaky.. My other problem is that i dont have the warranty papers or any receipt coz my xbox is just a gift from my ex boyfriend.. please help me..
I assume rgb means your component cables. First make sure your new TV is set to see a component signal. Is this a new box or old? Some have a little switch on the connection of the video cables to the Xbox that says "HD" or "TV". try both directions
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your HD settings may be too high, go to "display settings and change them, if your not on an HD tv, change the output to "TV" on the AV cord where it connects to your xbox, if you Are on an HD tv make sure the output is set to "HDTV" on the AV cord where it connects to your xbox, there is a little switch on the side that slides left to right
In order to connect your Laptop with Xbox 360, you will have to use the ethernet cable that came along with the Xbox 360,
For connecting the Xbox 360 to TV you would be having a HD AV cable if you have a Xbox 360 Pro model, you would have to insert one part of this cable with 3 colored wires red,blue and green to your composite video port behind your tv with similar color coding, and on the Xbox 360 HD AV cable you have an option to choose either TV or HD video output based on your TV make, also this cable has two more wires red and white meant for audio connectivity which would go to audio port behind TV with same color code ports
If you have got a normal AV cable with Xbox 360 then it would be a a wire with one single yellow colored wire for video and two wires Red and White for audio
Im presuming you have check all the cables settings...
and still just audio , It requires that the G.P.U. be Preheated
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x clamp mod , so make sure who ever dose it has a good success rate .
It could be as simple as the video cables. Get another set of cables and try it. You can get them pretty cheap on auction sites. IF that dont work then I would say your headed for the 3 red lights or no video problem. If thats the case then check with ms and see if your still under warranty. If not we can help. We are registered repair service on this site. thanks www.videogamerepairservice.com
check that the wire coming from the xbox 360 elite to the tv is switched to hd, and the other end of the wire has the red and white for the sound pluged into the tv and that the red green and blue wires are pluged into the tv. also check to see if the hdmi cable to conected to the tv and xbox 360 elite.
where you put the cables for the sound and picture if you look on the end where you plug it into the xbox 360 you will see a little switch it has HD and TV on it depending on what your tv supports (HD ready TV) (normal TV) switch that switch to what TV you have (e.g. HD TV, switch the switch to HD) if that doesnt work then try checking that you have all the cables in the right ports if you have pluged the HD cables into a normal TV then this is not going to work, check cables and check the switch!
I need a little bit more info on the TV its an RCA what?,
In the mean time what you could try is finding someone with a HD tv and trying it out at there house so that you can single out if it is your system or the TV. This will help alot you can also try someone else's xbox 360 at your house on your tv to see if it is your AV cable / xbox360.
i have had the same problem with my xbox, i managed to find out that it was one of the HD cables in my tv that wasn't connected all of the way. just a suggestion, dont know if you have a HD telly but if you have i would recommend starting there before getting stressed out by it.
Maybe it's a bad video port on your TV. Try hooking it up on another video port on the TV. I've had this same problem because the front video port on my TV was bad. I hooked it up in the back port of the TV and it worked.