It might not be your xbox. The problem could be with your TV. I had an Olevia 32" and I played the 360 on it for a while. After a good couple months, anything I plugged into components turned to a greenish tint. Every other input was fine except the components. So check your TV.
I have had the same problem with my xbox, i managed to find out that it was one of the HD cables in my tv that wasn't connected all of the way. just a suggestion, dont know if you have a HD telly but if you have i would recommend starting there before getting stressed out by it.
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When your console graphic start to tint shades of green 100% of the time It's the loosing color feed to the HANA / ANA ( scaler chip) unfortunately the most reliable repair is to have the G.P.U. professionally re-flowed ( re-solder ) back to the board and then securely clamp . This repair cost between 60.00-80.00 depending on the warranty.
error E74, your graphics have fked up. you need to login to xbox.com and go to the support section where you find instructions on how to ship it to them using UPS (delivery company) and its free aswell, although it was about a week before I got my 360 back. hope this helped.
This is usually caused by a bad graphics card on the xbox. It isn't always detected by the xbox motherboard. I'm sorry to say, but it's pretty much toast unless you can find a repair guy in your area to solder on a new vga card.
i had that problem a while ago. what i did was take out the scart plug, and left my x box off for about 3 hours, then put the scart back in and it worked as new, maybe try taking out the television connecting cable and try get some dust out
no red lights, no previous error msgs, and video output on the box has just died. playing halo yesterday and mid-game the colours went askew (like a green overlay) with horizontal banding, backing out to the dash solved nothing so after a reboot there was simply no video. troubleshooted the tv and cables and its definately the box. http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?showtopic=625804