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Sounds like the Hana chip , I've fixed a couple of these but any fix is'nt permanant !! There is plenty of info on the net and utube which is how i am selftaught. If you decide to try and fix just post back and i would be happy to help.
These "black dots" you talk abotu could be a variety of things and since you haven't given much detail it's hard for me to say.
Just double check it's not your TV or cables or any nearby electrical products causing interferance so you're certain the problem originates from your Xbox 360.
Hopefully, it's just a problem with your cable, maybe it's not plugged in right or maybe a replacement will fix it.
When I say hopefully, I mean, hopefully it's a cable fault as opposed to an Xbox 360 hardware fault. Variations of black lines or dots, or just general artifacts on screen while using your 360 usually happens prior to a hardware fault usualy concerning the GPU.
I guess it's just a waiting game for you now mate.
Just check it's not your TV or cables or any nearby electrical products causing interferance.
check your game for deep scratches on the cd if there is none, then your best bet is shipping it back to microsoft or there is actually a company that fixes your 360 for a cheaper price. just google xbox 360 recall and if you look through the pages of signatures you will find an advertisement for 360 recalls go to that and call the #, i hope it works out for ya.
Hi i on u r screen white dotted vertical lines comming & if the no. is more than 6 the if the laptop is under warrenty then company will replace the LCD & if not under warrenty then to fix this issue u have to replace the LCD.
in february my console started doing the exact same thing, i got little lines and dots and after a while when i turned it on it came up with error message e74 i tried the instructions on the support website but nothing worked so i had to send it in for repair took 13 days in all, if it comes up with E74 then you'll have to send it in for repair, remember this type of fault is only covered by the 1 year warranty not the extended one. if u dnt know if ur still within warranty go on the xbox website and register your console and it will tell you, luckily mine was still in warranty