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Re: can only get snow on tv screen
Try Changing the AV cable from HDTV to normal TV unless your TV is HD the cable Setting on HDTV will not work. You have to turn off the system and then change the switch. Then turn on your system.
If this doesnt fix your problem then Either of two things has happend your AV cable has gone bad or the chip that enables the AV cord inside the XBOX has bit the dust. If this is the case you will need to contact MS.
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Your problem is in the TV. I'm not familiar with your TV, but you should look for an option to turn it to normal or to try and scan for channels with xbox plugged in and running. I'm pretty sure that if you get HDMI cable, your problem should be solved.
You have a video splitter connected? It is set to "game" or "computer," rather than TV. Is there snow on the screen? As if there is no video signal? Or, is there a blank screen (as if the power is on but no video).
There is a channel setting switch (channel 3 and 4, if I remember correctly). Make sure you have it on the same channel.
If you don't think the system is even coming on and if you know how to use a multimeter, see if you are getting voltage at the powerjack on the 2600. It should be 9 volts dc.
all right you have a system error call xbox at 1-800-4my-xbox and tell them and send it in for reparis it takes two to three weeks not that bad free shping and if they can not fix your xbox they will give you a new one. i hope i helped you my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
problam can be with cable, screen, or xbox. try replacing cable first, it is the cheapest and therefore can save you alot of pain. if another cable doesnt solve it, try hooking xbox with another screem (TV or something), if it works, its a screen problem - check for overheating. if it doesnt, you got yourself a messed xbox im afraid.