Xbox 360 - While setting up in menu the TV went black and msg. No Sync. Signal
We just purchaseed our Xbox 360 and were viewing the menu options, even entered our game names. While in the resolution selections of the menu the TV just went black and error msg. reads No Sync. Signal. We have unplugged the unit, unplugged the TV, unplugged and reconnected the connections, pushed the reset button on the console, and we're out of ideas. Can you help?
Re: Xbox 360 - While setting up in menu the TV went black...
First, make sure you select either TV or HDTV selector on the Audio Video Cable that came with the XBOX. Second, if you chose TV plug the Audio/Video Cable connectot that are red, white , and yellow in color to your TV. Now see if you can see the Start up on the XBOX360.
If you still dont get anything, try plugging it on another television and see if that fixes your problem.
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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!
Downloaded the updated firmware from the sharp website to a usb drive. Placed the drive in the TV and went to the update software option on the TV menu. Since the update, I no longer get the black-outs on the screen. I also put the resolution on the 360 back up to 1080p and it works great, even through the component cables.
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.
Start the game and go into the options menu. There is an option to calibrate lag. Complete the instructions and the guitar will be synchronised with your TV.
If you mean how do you assign a guitar controller to the console, press the small button near the headphone port after pressing the guide button to turn the controller on, then press the small circuar button on the front of the console like you would with a regular 360 controller to assign the controller to the Xbox.
sounds like you have a graphics card problem with the xbox 360. possibly loose/damaged electrical connections between the GPU and the motherboard which has caused the xbox to not display a picture. with this being a Hardware problem i would suggest calling the Xbox customer support, numbers can be found on http://www.xbox.com/support call up the support team and explain your problem.
I believe that microsoft will ask you to send the Xbox direct to them so they can fix the problem for you, it shouldnt take long to correct !