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I'm thinking bad AV cable or bad port on your TV. I assume the Xbox dash board won't come up, if so the "no signal" message is a TV error message not an Xbox error message. Try a different port on the TV and/or a different TV; also try a different AV cable. Good luck. Please rate, thanks.
with te video problem it might be that u have a pal 50 tv and u have the video on the 360 on pal 60. It used to do it to my tv until my friend told me what to do and the video works fine now.
do u have your 360 display settings at 60hz if so the tv might not be compatiable with a 60hz signel go to display setting and drop back to 50 hz and colour may show it self but remember some games wont play in 50hz if this is the case try find a ntsc to pal converter