My son just got a new game system and when he sets it up, there's only audio, no video. I've checked all the wires and everything is set up correctly. Any suggestions? Should I exchange it for a new system or is there some trick to getting the video to work?
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try soaking the Disk in warm soapy water and try it off with a clean towl , if not try checking your xbox settings. If it donsn't work your Halo 3 game is stuffed , try buying a new one (Halo is aweasome :)
If i's only the Halo 3 game that doesn't work, and all of your other games do. Then you should take the game back to the store you purchased it from, and exchange it for a new one. If it still doesn't work, then I suggest getting a new xbox. As my brother has the same problem, but with a Call Of Duty game.
some time your laser is a little wack but if you are haven trouble like that then send it to repair and youll get a new xbox so it works out for you.. or just buy the 29.99 warranty on your box and get a 350.00 new box in 2 weeks. i did that once wen i still had warranty on it so.
Well, a couple of things may have happened. Even though it sounds like you didn't touch anything.
Sometime if you run the system at a higher display setting then what a game is intended, you'll see things like this occur. For example, setting your 360 to run at 1080p, when the games' max is 720p. You will see distortion, or nothing at all, and maybe even the video, but no sound.
I suggest you use a Router, the Xbox 360 have had some issues with Crossover Cables. A cheap $10 switch or router will help you play your fun game of prey. And Halo 3 is coming out in September, I'll be getting it and I hope you will too.