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this should automatically be done by the tv. If you input to a standard def input (ie yellow plug) or are using standard def cable it will be 480. If u change to a HD input or an HD channel it should automatically switch to 1080. The input displayed on the tv that says 480i or 1080i is just a result of what is being played, not a setting to be changed.
480/720/1080 is a function of the XBOX not the TV. The TV cannot change the resolution. The resolution indication that shows on the TV is only what it is recieving, not what it is showing, You need to check the XBox or whatever you are using.
The Green Line on the other hand is a defect and if the TV is in warranty you should make them fix it!!! That is unless this green line only appears with a single source....it should show ALL the time.
From the Console Settings screen in the System area of the Xbox Dashboard, you can configure the video output of your Xbox 360 console.
Change your display output settings from this screen. Display settings include screen resolution and screen dimension (or aspect ratio, either standard or widescreen).
In some cases you can select an "Optimal Resolution" button, which appears only when Xbox supports the native resolution of the TV or monitor and automatically applies the best setting but that might not work with your tv.
If you are using VGA you must choose from among the following output resolutions: 640 x 480, 848 x 480, 1204 x 720, 1280 x 720, 1280 x 768, 1280 x 1024, 1360 x 768, and 1920 x 1080. Much like a PC you would want to select a lower resolution (640X480). That will make your fonts larger.
Screen Format: The default setting is Normal (a standard 4:3 aspect ratio); select Widescreen to change the output aspect ratio to 16:9 if you have a widescreen TV or monitor. You should select normal and not widescreen for a standard tv.
Logically proceed one source at a time = disconnect all,
then hook-up one at a time or hook-up seperately.FYI, the
RF coax , composite and s-video inputs all share the same
circuitry, whereas component is a whole seperate video
processing circuit, with another difference between 480P and
1080 I . Sounds like you have a 1080 I problem, which might
be a little sister board..............................T.