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"NOT SUPPORTED MODE" when using my xbox 360

Ok, so I have always used my xbox 360 on the component 1 input of my samsung tx-s3082wh without a problem. then while I was playing a game, the entire screen looked as though there were a green filter applied to it. It was not part of the game. I turned off the xbox. Now when I turn on the xbox, the television says "not supported mode" in the same blue box that usually says "no signal or weak signal" when the xbox is off. Is it the tv or my xbox? I plan to try the xbox at a friends house asap. The television still receives HD cable service perfectly in both component 1 and 2. Please let me know what you think if you have any ideas. Thanks in advance.

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  • Anonymous May 13, 2009

    i have the same problem...
    let me know how u fix it once u get it fix.


  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    i have the same problem it just randomly happened while i was playing

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If you got that while playing it sounds like its your GPU melting... when the older xbox360s get hot the circuit starts to warp and sag in the middle.. the causes the GPU to seperate from the board which gives you wierd or no graphics... ppl suggest "the towel trick" wrapping you xbox in a towel to overheat it in hopes it will reconnect the GPU.. otherwise there is very little you can do.. just hope MS will repair it for you or buy a new one.. i have the same problem at the moment with my friends old one.. so im currently working on a solution.. will try and let you guys know if i find something that works...

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Try the xbox in all inputs that the tv has. If still having problems, it may be a faulty cord from xbox. Also do try on another television.

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