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Try configuring your antenna input. Menu, Installation, Terrestrial, Input Config select your antenna 1 or 2 and > arrow over to select cable. Next auto program: under Terrestrial, Channel Program...this take some time.
I think you will find that the X-Box signal is not on any channel number and you will need to select an external input/source on the TV.
Switch on your TV and your X-Box so there is a signal being sent to the TV. Then look for a button on your remote or the front of the TV marked "INPUT", "SOURCE", "AV" or "TV/AV". When you have located this button, press it slowly and repeatedly until you are able to see the signal from the X-Box on the TV screen. If you press too many times and skip past it, just keep pressing it until the picture from the X-Box appears again. You will also need to use the same method to return to watching TV when you have finished using the X-Box.
If you are still having difficulty, please let me know the model number of the Toshiba TV and any remote control you are using and I will let you know the exact method for your TV.
Cable companies are slowly but surely reducing the channels you can get without a digital box, which they will supply. You will need to cantact them and rent a HD cable box or converter from them that will work with your displays built-in tuner. However, if your display is HD compatible, then I would just asked your cable company for and non-DVR HD cabe box and connect it to your display with component cables....
Try setting tv to channel 3 or channel 4, this should coincide with the back of satellite box (a little black switch with a 3 or 4). then switch channels with your satellite box. I would recommend using another output off the satellite box to feed the other tv, a splitter loses some signal quality an can go bad as well. get a long rca cable to feed tv!