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When You get this error you should have an error code on the bottom of the screen, normally E74, E65, E ETC. When you get these error it normally mean that your GPU chip has gotten some damage. There is no easy fix as it requires soldering. We recommend you to send it to xbox or to your local repair shop.
If you are using one of the older models of the Xbox 360, not the one of the "Slim" versions, make sure that the switch at the base of the Component/AV cable where it plugs into the Xbox is on the right correct output. If this doesn't work it is most likely a problem with the TV settings. Try using it on a different TV and see if that works.
If this doesn't work give me some more information and I'll try to help you out.
You can contact customer support at www.xbox.com/support ,we will need more infomation if you want us to help, like how many flashing lights on the front of the console, or the E number at the bottom of the contact support screen.
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