Question about Microsoft Xbox 360 Console
Start with the easy stuff if you haven't already. Check your video cable into your TV and into your xbox. Make sure both connections are tight. There is a slider switch on your video cable make sure its in the proper position. Test the video inputs of your TV with another device if you can. Test the xbox on another tv if possible.
By completing the tests above you can safely narrow it down to either the cable or the xbox itself. Try a different cable from a friend of you can.
If you can narrow it down to the xbox itself it may be the GPU is beginning to overheat but this is purely an educated guess.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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