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Hey dude, I had this problem and found a solution on another website. Basically, I had either changed the display settings on my tv, or it had done it by itself or my new ps3 had done it or whatever, but to fix it I went into the TV menu, went to display options, on my tv it has something entitled 'Colour system' I changed that to PAL-60 and I now have colour, just to give you an idea of whether you have the same problem, try setting your x-box display to pal-50 and see if that shows colour (if it's easier to do), if it does then try then solution above! Hope it helps!
Make sure you have Turned on the console and navigated to the wireless settings screen. On
the Xbox, the menu path is "Settings -> Network Settings ->
Advanced -> Wireless -> Settings" On the Xbox 360, the menu path
is "System -> Network Settings -> Edit Settings."
Make sure that is how it is set-up and then try to preform a connection test
When it is starting up push down y and pull the right trigger the console will reastart on default settings and u it will show the picture if this dosent work try when you hear the menu screen come up. It worked for me but now i have lines going acroos hopefully you wont have tht problem
You need to set the monitor up. I have a 42" LCD TV, and there is a menu where you can set the aspect ratio to 'Auto', 'Full Screen', or "4:3". I had a similar issue with my DVD player. I'm sure if you go through your monitor setup menu, you should be able to solve this problem.
hi what you need to do is get onto the tvs menu and turn off the auto function that selects best picture like widscreen 16.9 the screen ratio if you put it on one of the other settings other than auto you wont have this problem just try each setting untill you have correct picture so as it fills the screen. Let me know if you need further asssistance ok
1. Did you check your TV Menu Settings ??
2. Also on the XBOX 360 Menu. Go to the SYSTEM MENU (PURPLE). CONSOLE SETTINGS and select DISPLAY. Then you'll find the HDTV Settings and pick your resolution for TV Set. Done....
Your TV would have to be HD ready and will automatically set itself to 1080i, but if you go into the XBOX 360 console settings' the top menu enables you to change resolution, but if the x box does not recognise 1080i it will not show up.
See if 720i shows up as this is still High Def. and also that 60 Hertz is the setting and not 50 hertz