Xbox 360 no sound when all connected back from parents house to my house.
When ever i move my xbox 360 to take to visit my parents i plug it all back in and i dont get sound. I did sort it out eventually but recently i have moved back home and plugged my xbox 360 back to how it was in my house jsut how it was before and the sound has gone again. Why does it keep doig this? I just want to play on games where ever i like and just connect it and get sound instantly without having to sort it out each time.
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Ahh my friend i have the same problem i was playing mine at mines then i took it to my dads i played it on normal television it did not work i played with hd it worked i got back and the sound didint work but i kno what to do the video cable has been damaged my soulotion would be to buy antoher cable then it should work cables ussaul cost round 20 pounds if your in scotland
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Its probably because you have the game in the wrong way. That happened to mine and i realized it was in backwards. So check that out and reply back. Also don't move your Xbox 360 with a game or DVD in it, it will get the game/ DVD scratched up.
Sign out from all of your profiles. The fastest way to do this is to press the Xbox Guide button, press X, and select Yes, sign out.
Select Recover Gamertag.
Follow the directions on the screen.
can enter information using a USB keyboard plugged into a controller
port, the Xbox 360 Chatpad (sold as part of the Xbox 360 Messenger
Kit), or your Xbox 360 controller and the on-screen virtual keyboard.
When you're finished, your profile will be downloaded from Xbox LIVE to your console and you'll see your avatar in the Sign In area. You're good to go!
you're a minor, you'll be asked to supply Windows Live ID credentials
for your parent, who will need to be present to complete the procedure.
Your parent will need his or her own Windows Live ID and a valid e-mail
First try removing any accessories (for eg HD drive, hard drive or network adaptor) from the console and turn on 360. Plug each device back in one by one and turn on to check which device possibly causing the problem.
You should also try using another 360 AV cable sometimes this is the culprit.
If the above methods made no difference then the Xbox 360 might be overheating and which will eventually lead to RROD (Red Ring Of Death - 3 red ligthts) or E74 error message (1 red light) indicating repair.
You can buy the repair kit off ebay from £4 - £7 and carry out the repairs yourself with plenty of Youtube videos on the net just google it or if dont dont feel confident i can repair for you.
So the password can be reset with a button combination made
on your controller, but that sequence can only be given by the people
at Microsoft Technical Support. Write down the serial number of the Xbox (find that on a sticker on the back of the machine), and call 1-800-4MYXBOX.
likely ask you several questions about who plays it, gamertags,
billing address, and so on, but they will then walk you through how to
reset the password. I can't give you what that password is, as everyone
has a different one depending on the serial number of the console.