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Cannot get my tv out of 480

How do I get My xbox 360 to display in 1080 on my tv, i have hi def cables

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  • molleson Sep 10, 2007

    the problem is i can't get the tv settings to change, i got the xbox to

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You have to go into the xbox 360 settings and change the output screen resolution to 1080i and also check your tv settings input to receive 1080i also.

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