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Rolling picture i thought that but its not changing and i have since tried it on scart and thats ok

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Ah, okay, now that you say scart I am guessing you are in europe. It could be that the update or use of HD cables changed your xbox setting to NTSC as opposed to PAL and using the scart cable probably automatically sets it to PAL as scart is not used in north america. check the settings tab to see if there is a manual selection for NTSC/PAL television types.

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Try unplugging everything take out your hardrive then plug the stuff back in

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