Problem with HDMI

Hello:

I have a problem with the video signal if I use HDMI, my screen is a RCA 40LA45RQ (LCD), my xbox 360 is not detected, and I checked in another screen (LED) and work fine (with the same cable). I tested my HDMI ports and works fine with another devices, but if I plug any xbox 360 in my screen, are not working, always the same (no signal, unsupported). Any idea guys?

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

Hi there,

you could try setting the display settings on the console to a lower resolution via a different screen and then connect the console to your screen again. Or try the Reset the console display settings part on this link: support.xbox.com/.../image-on-your-tv-is-unclear.

To see if that helps...

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Unfortunatly nope, i tried all the solutions described there and still the same problem. I also disabled the automatic screen detection and not working.

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I have the same problem, but in my case I have two screens (LED manufactured in 2013 and LCD manufactured in 2010) and two xbox 360 (arcade and slim), both xbox are not working if I use HDMI in my LCD screen, but in the LED are working perfect, the only way to make them work in LCD screen is using the component HD AV Cable. The problem appeared in my xbox 360 arcade when I updated to the 2.0.16197.0 version of dashboard and the slim when I updated to 2.0.16537.0. I tried all the solutions in the faq and help of xbox site and nothing is working. If someone have any idea about why occur this situation will be appreciated the answer. Thanks in advance.

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No answer :( , well thanks again :(

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I am having the same issue.  After speaking with Xbox support they say its a TV issue.  After speaking with the TV manufacturer the insist it's a Xbox issue.  No help from either manufacturer.  My TV is brand new bought 12/12/13 and my Xbox 360 S was purchased 11/25/12.  

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Teka R. your screen is LCD, plasma or LED? and I can't solve my problem yet, I'm using the components :/

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It's a 55" LCD 120h refresh rate.  I found this on a different forum about the same issue.  I'm going to try it tonight.  

It sounds like its a resolution problem. Ok try this but you will have to do this blind with your HDMI cable connected in the TV.

1. Turn your 360 on and leave it for a good 5 minutes so its on the dashboard

2. Press the RB button 7 times, do it loads more if you want as you will be at the settings page

3. Now press the A button 4 times, give it about 5 seconds between each button press.

4. Now you will be in the HDTV resolution settings. Now this is going from what you said about you being on 480P, press the D Pad button up once and press A. That is choosing the optimal resolution. Choosing optimal resolution should hopefully get you somewhere. If you still have no display then choose each option by pressing up on the D pad and pressing A

This is how it is on mine:

Optimal resolution

480p

720p

1080i

1080p

1024 x 768

1280 x 1024

Remember though you are going to be doing this blind with you connected via your HDMI cable to your TV upstairs so take your time

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I am also having this issue. My xbox 360 works on some HDTV's, usually older, but not others. It's really annoying as i am a college student, and thus a nomad. hope someone finds a solution. P.S. I've already tried all the resolution changing methods.

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Not working Teka R. :/  but thanks :)

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