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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
OK, I think I can slove your problem.
There is a slide setting thing on your av cord that gives you the option of using TV or HDTV (look near the end of the cord that slides into the XBOX 360), You will see two choices for settings on the cord "TV" or "HDTV".
Just make sure that you have it on the correct setting. I had the smae problem. My XBOX 360 is not hooked up to HDTV, so for me it should stay on TV. But somehow when I took out the cord I accidently slide it to HDTV.
I simply slide it back to the "TV" Setting and in about 30 seconds it worked perfectly.
I hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
SOURCE: Xbox 360 Blurry/Fuzzy Screen
The machine is overheating and the graphics chip on the main board is acting up cause of it. Make sure there is no dust or dirt blocking the air vents that would cause the system to heat up more then normal.
If that doesn't do it then maybe think about getting a cooler for the system, here is a website that talks about a few of them. Click here.
If that doesn't help then your mainboard is going bad and would need to be replaced.
Posted on May 29, 2009
SOURCE: white stripes on tv screen
Could be either really, you are using the component cables that came with the console correct? The lines look identical on both screens? If so then you are on the right track but I would lean towards the xbox360 being the culprit. I would bring your 360 into a local video game store and nicely ask them if they could hook it up to one of their TVs (they have them to test consoles people trade in), with their component cables and see if they have the problem as well. If they do you know it's the xbox and not the cables, if they don't then it sounds like you have a cable problem.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
possibly unrelated. try testing the connections to the tv and the x-box. if thats solid then try removing the fan unit to see if it is the culprit.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
always turn off the console first before switching from HDTV to TV the frequencies are really different it may cause further damage on the TV
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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