I was watching skyplayer this morning and my controller fell of the bed. My xbox just went to a black screen so I reset my xbox/TV and the xbox turns on but nothing is showing on the screen it says "No signal" and all the lights on the controller just freeze on. By the way I have the new xbox360 250GB. Any help?
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Thread: Poorly xbox
14/08/11, 08:13 AM Location: England | Posts: 3,135 | #1
14/08/11, 08:25 AM Location: England | Posts: 3,135 | #2
Ooo, I just found the problem. The HDMI cable they supplied with the console just died. Tested another one and it worked fine. I thought the console would of at least turned on and all lights wouldnt be shown on the controller.
14/08/11, 17:43 PM | Posts: 8,952 | #3
Mine does that until I change over to the HDMI input. They probably weren't communicating properly.
14/08/11, 18:28 PM Location: England | Posts: 3,135 | #4
14/08/11, 18:49 PM | Posts: 8,952 | #5
14/08/11, 19:26 PM Location: England | Posts: 3,135 | #6
15/08/11, 00:47 AM Location: Melbourne, Australia | Posts: 9,440 | #7
Because sales people lie and consumers don't do enough of their own research to realise that there is pretty much no difference in quality when using digital signals/cables.
28/05/12, 13:41 PM Location: Newberg | Posts: 11 | #8
I find this interesting. I have a slim that wont work on HDMI with my TV, there's no handshake between my TV and the console. 1080p
Yet i have a old Fat 360 that connects fine using the same cable.
However my slim works in my living room with my dads JVC, and if i use a HDMI to DVI that also works fine when connecting to a PC monitor.
28/05/12, 15:10 PM Location: Finland | Posts: 3,564 | #9