Everytime I start the xbox 360 system, the video on the screen shows wavey, static-like lines stretching across the screen, while they go rolling up and down. Happens on all different types of tvs.
Controller issue - After about fifteen minutes of game playing, my character will start doing things like jumping, shooting, etc when nothing on the controller is pressed. I have set the controller on the ground and the player will still do it's own things. I have even tried different controllers.
With te video problem it might be that u have a pal 50 tv and u have the video on the 360 on pal 60. It used to do it to my tv until my friend told me what to do and the video works fine now.
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right do the towel trick it works. wrap the 360 in 2 towels and leave it on for 15 mins. then go bk to your xbox un wrap it. put it near a window if possible ( i did and its working fine) due to it being near a window you will get no overheating and its well ventilated.
it is your av cable however the components in the cable get a small static boost when u are using your controller so it becomes an intermittent fault ie;....when in game vidios or watching dvds, u rarely use the controller so u dont see the flickering and u only see it when in game play because u are in constant contact with the controlls and the components inside the av cable recieve a small static boost causing the interference.
It sound like E74 Hana chip error very common, you could try fix it yourself, there are tutorials on the internet to fix the problem but you'll have to open your xbox and that would void the warranty. the xbox sometimes doesn't show the red lights because the chip is not totally fried, so with the proper handle you could fix it. If you do want to fix it by yourself here is a link showing how to do that. http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?showtopic=646900