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Check these things:1. Is your XBOX360 using HDMI and COMPONENT CABLES?2. If you do have COMPONENT CABLE plugged in then my best bet is you're trying to play XBOX360 with 1080p which COMPONENT CABLES do not support.3. You may need to get an adapter(NOT RECOMMENDED) or just unplug COMPONENT CABLE (RECOMMENDED)lol. Note:XBOX360 will restart itself when you switch between the two or even if you turn off and on, your TV. My advice is to use one or the other :) Hope this helps TEEMAN
make sure you have the cords hooked in right, especially if your using HDMI because ive seen HDMI compatible tv's with atleast 30 ports on the back. it get confusing, but if your using just the normal A/V cords, then you should check the connection between the tv and the xbox.
there, as yet is only hdmi cable which comes with latest xbox 360, there are non that you can buy, but if your tv has hdmi, it may have component connection also which consists of 5 different coloured connections, this also allows 1080i the same as hdmi, the type of cable can be seen at the link below:-