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check the video cable that hooks to the xbox... it has a switch for normal tv and hd tv.....and also try a different input on the tv... but first check to make the cable is hooked to the tv correctly...red 2 red, yellow 2 yellow , and white 2 white.....if all of that ok then xbox quite...
or the previous owner of the ps3 had the settings on the system on HD settings and now the Non-HD TV cannot recognize the signal. In order to change the settings you have to find someone with an HD TV and switch the output settings from HD to AVI
If you are using the A/V cable that comes with the pro or elite unit, the cables that have the red/blue/green in addition to the yellow/red/white, there is a switch on the connector that plugs into the console. This switch has two positions, TV and HDTV. make sure the switch is in the TV position.
If you are using the component cables, assuming it's the same cables that came with it 4 years ago, there is a little switch on the part that hooks up to the Xbox360. The two options are HD and Regular. Try moviing that switch to the other position. Also try another tv, friends or family if you don't have another one. Also, if you have a friend with a 360, swap out the component cables as these have been known to go bad after a while.
Check the status of the "HD" switch on the side of the video connector, nearest to the Xbox. I have the same non-HDMI Xbox. If I have it hooked up via component to a non-HD TV, and the switch is on "HD", it will show no video.
make sure you are using the right cables and that if you have the HD cable you have set the switch to the correct setting.
If you are using the composite cable (red white yellow) try plugging it into a different port if the TV has it. If you are using component (red green blue) make sure the switch is set to HD.