Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
This could be one of two problems.
1: your display cords are defective. Try replacing the wires and see if that helps/fixes the problem.
2: the display drivers in your Xbox 360 are messing up. Try resetting your Xbox back to factory settings (which will reset all the drivers in it) and see if that works.
If niether of these work, then it's an internal problem and you will need to contact Microsoft. :(
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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