Hey there, so I bought my Xbox 360 (origninal) last year for my birthday. So far its working great, I got the 3 RRoD and E74 but besides that it has been really good. Well recently I traded my friend Call of Duty: Black Ops for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. I played it for a few days and nothing bothered me, but the game did freeze everytime I beat a FAL challenge. So I was playing one sunday night, my family was watching the football game on one TV, and I was playing Xbox on the other. But I joined a lobby and after a few matches of Free for All, my screen turned green, in certain spots. My first thought was " Cool, it looks like I'm in night vision mode " but after a while it really bothered me and my little brother. So I restarted my Xbox, and sure enough, everything on my Dashboard was green. Well anyways I didnt fret about it, and we ate dinner. A little while later while I was on FaceBook, my brother tells me that my Xbox is once again, broken. But I said that that was impossible since it was just working, but when I turned it on we heard the sound loud and clear but still saw the black screen. So I switched TV's and it was like that on all of them and I thought that my puppy had chewed on the cords or something but a week later (tonight) I get some new cords and still nothing. I tried to reset the TV and Xbox screen settings and all the option that the website had, but nothing worked. I really need to get this worked out as soon as possible because, I cant sleep without watching something, and my cable box is out for repair, and I dont want to use my mom's Wii. I have the Original Xbox 360, and all the cords that came with it, we use Sansui, Panasonic and Samusng TV's. My birthday is coming up next month, but I really wanted to save my money to get the MW3 edidtion console, but I might have to get a regular Xbox 360 S if I cant get my Xbox to work soon. If you(reader) have had this problem before and know how to fix it, please send me a message or comment telling me how to fix this because I really need to get this thing working again.