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Im sorry to say that they don't have any old Xbox live accounts. They have all been discontinued and they do not run it anymore. They only do Xbox 360 live. I know how hard it is to get broadband and immediately go for the old fashion halo games and find out you can't anymore.
Jesus, not even the red white and yellow hookups? Oh, man, sorry, but I would need the model of the DVD player...and how did you hook up the DVD player if it doesn't have the red white and yellow hookups? just curious. Also I would highly recommend getting a new TV outright. If your tv is that old, it doesn't have HD, and that essentially defeats the whole purpose of having a powerhouse like the xbox 360. If you want the dvd player hooked up, give me the model number, but if you want a new tv, give me a budget and I am positive I can direct you to something reasonable. P.S. (being tech savvy isn't a requirement for the newer tvs. in my honest opinion, You have to be a WIZARD in order to get all the inputs to convert to the correct format so it can be displayed on the older tv, so hanging onto the old tv is actually more trouble than a new one. Just saying.)
Let's say you have a xbox system in the living room and one in the bedroom both playng sr2. On the back left hand corner above the a/v (audio, video) cable there is a usb port (If you have a wireless adapter you'll need to remove it to access it. You would connect 2 consoles using a usb cable and possibly up to 16 consoles on a network (sr2 allows for a system link between 2-12) now to network you would need an ethernet hub or switch with enough ports to connect the consoles together or each individual console would need its own wireless network adapter to play online. The networking hub would be for a large game room with multiple tv's and console's to group together and play. hope this helps let me know if you have any other questions
what else does it say there are a few different types of system error. if you could tell me what the lights around the power button are doing and what exactly your xbox says and when this happens i could try and help. sorry i would post this in the clarification area but it is not working at the moment for some reason.
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Well, you arent supposed to connect them together to play xbox live. You would need to connect them to your wireless network and both of the xbox 360's wouod need to have a wireless adapter. With these ,you could connect to xbox live, or use system link and connect the two.