Background of any game is all one color such as blue or yellow.
Hi, Recently whenever a game was put into play the background color would be all blue or yellow and sort of have a starfield effect. It has also acted strange with our dvd movies too. Do you know what could be causing this? Thank you
Re: Background of any game is all one color such as blue...
To gmarshall, I had the exact same problem. no video, no audio, no red lights. The problem is that over time, the A/V input sometimes melts. I had to send mine in to microsoft. But before you do, they will tell you to buy a new A/V cable. Dont. Just bring a friend's cable over. This is just to make sure that the problem is with the console. If it still doesent work, you will have to send it in. But if you have had the 360 for more than a year, they will charge you $100. Sorry for the bad news.
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have you replace the Transfer belt.??? It also has a transfer roller for yellow. (Called First Transfer) since it is transferring yellow off the drum. You have replaced the yellow image unit???? 2nd transfer is to the paper!!!
To hear different hit sounds for Mokujin, holdDOWNon
the D-Pad or joystick before a match in which you are controlling him. Mokujin
will now sound like a block of wood when damaged.
Arcade History Dip Switches
While at the Press
Start screen for any of the Arcade History games, hold the select button and
you will be given a list of dip switches. You can use these for such things as
changing number of rounds or unlocking hidden characters, such as Baek in Tekken
After winning a round
and you see the replay showing, pressing each button( [X], [O], etc...) will
result in a different victory animation. This also works when the opponent
in 'Devil' mode in 'Devil Within' mini-game
This allows the player
to play as Jin in permernent Devil mode without having his life bar drained
out. The devil bar will be considered as his laser bar. The downside of this
code is that it kills of you opponents faster thus unable to reach a higher combo
rate. Note: You must clear
Devil Within under Medium difficulty. Then start a new Devil Within or Stage
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Yellow is the mixture of 100% red and 100% green. what you may have here is a blue LCD failure in the machine. Try this to check. Open up PAINT and double click one of the colors on the bottom. now click add custom color. then in the RGB section put 0 for red 0 for green and 255 for blue. ok out of everything and fill the background w/ the blue. it should be a VERY intense blue, if its white or or kinda blue, you have an LCD issue
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You might be playing the rythm a tad off. Try to keep it at the same pace pretty
quickly without stumbling. The rythm should be pretty quick. Like eighth
notes or sixteenth notes if you're musica
tune down the settings in game.
example: changing screen resoloution from 1200x1000 to 800x600, also decreasing the quality may help. another thing you can try is exiting ALL applications that are running while the game is running that are not needed, such as any downloading clients or anything that may be using up some of your computers processing speed.
Well, theres the problem. Most printers can remember up to three cartridges. That includes color & black. The best way to put it is that each cartridge has a"funger print" that the printer can read, and estimated ink levels can be gaged. There is a way to "reset" the cartridges, but i do not have the document on me. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send it today. I'm not saying it will work 100%, as the reset method is geared for the 56/57/58, but who knows right?