I have a Techwood TV and my Xbox 360 picture is over to the left by about 1cm anyone know how I can adjust the picture over? I have been to settings and changed to widescreen and this makes no difference! Really annoying!
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Sorry to hear about your trouble. You elimanted the cable as a potential problem so that is good. You are left with a couple of options that might be causing the problem.
-Bad HDMI port on the XBOX -Bad HDMI port on the TV -Incorrect TV settings
On the TV, you want to make sure you set it to the HDMI input when you are using HDMI, but I assume you already do this and most newer TV's will auto adjust to HDMI when the xbox is turned on. Always good to double check.
The easiest way to narrow the problem down further would be to test the hdmi connection with another TV. If the xbox works on another TV then you narrowed the problem down to the TV and will need to repair the TV either through warranty support, by yourself or via a TV repair man. If the xbox has the same trouble on a different TV then you know the problem is with the XBOX and you can contact Microsoft Xbox support for repairs.
If your tv has a composite wiring inputs (5 wire red,white,yellow,blue,green) use them it will provide a better picture picture quality than the standard rca a/v cable (red,white,yellow) After you connect the composite cable from console to tv go into system/console settings/tv picture quality and adjust settings there
it might bea problem with your actual video cord that plugs into the tv.... umm my xbox has a lot of issues too but ive never had this. id suggest you let it say off for a while and try somebody elses cords that connect the xbox to the tv to see if its an issue with your xbox or if its with your cords. ill also suggest you call microsoft and they can troubleshoot...
sounds like you have a graphics card problem with the xbox 360. possibly loose/damaged electrical connections between the GPU and the motherboard which has caused the xbox to not display a picture. with this being a Hardware problem i would suggest calling the Xbox customer support, numbers can be found on http://www.xbox.com/support call up the support team and explain your problem.
I believe that microsoft will ask you to send the Xbox direct to them so they can fix the problem for you, it shouldnt take long to correct !
Try changing the display settings of the XBOX 360 or the TV. Also make sure you possess the latest updates for the Media Center Edition: