Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
On most TV's nowadays you have to put the TV into Auxiliary or Aux mode. Most TV's with that Feature have a separate button on the TV itself, and/or on the remote control marked Aux, or Video, or Game or something to that effect. Usually you know its in that mode by a completely blue screen, or completely black screen.
Also, recheck your connections to make sure your Video and Audio inputs are matching the color coded input ports in the back/side of the TV. In a poorly lit room its very easy to fudge the connection color-codings. Also make sure the cable is firmly connected to the back of the X-Box and that the Selector switch is set to Standard Defition-TV if only 3 of your Composite cables are hooked up. Or if all of them are plugged in and you have an HDTV, that the selector switch is set to HDTV.
Posted on May 16, 2008
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