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So While playing a game on my 360 today, the screen started to get a red tint to it. So to make Roy proud, I tried turning it off and on again. Now all I get is "Mode not supported" flashing on my TV. TV is a 40" Samsung LCD. Plugged the HDMI cable from the 360 into the PS3, that came on the TV just fine. Did my GPU just die?
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post #2 of 7
Turn on console and leave it to settle about 40 seconds

Turn on your controller

Press ‘RIGHT’ 7 times

Press ‘A’ 4 times

Press ‘DOWN’ Once

Then press ‘A’

(Make sure you are on your TV’s HDMI setting and you will have a message saying do you want to save setting)


OR...


1. Remove any discs from the disc tray.
2. Turn the console off.
3. Turn the console on.

Note If you are using an Xbox 360 Wireless Controller, turn the console on by using the Xbox Guide button on the controller.

Note Make sure that you use the player 1 controller when you do this. The player 1 controller is the controller where the upper-left quadrant light is on.

4. As the console starts, press and hold the Y button, and then pull the right trigger at the same time. This causes the Xbox Dashboard to reset the display settings to the default settings and then automatically restarts the console. So it's OK when the Xbox 360 console restarts.
post #3 of 7
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Tried both of those methods and now the TV says, "No signal"

Edit: Tried with all three connectors, they all say the same thing.
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Originally Posted by tubesaddict;12130475 
the screen started to get a red tint to it.

Seems like evidence of possible overheating?
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian;12130808 
Seems like evidence of possible overheating?

Yeah, makes me wonder if a heatsink fell off. Anyone have a guide on cracking open the case? Also, if the GPU is gone, is there any way to replace it with a spare one off of ebay or something?
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post #6 of 7
No, the GPU is soldered onto the motherboard. You might have to get another xbox unfortunately.
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Originally Posted by ChwyNiblet;12177879 
No, the GPU is soldered onto the motherboard. You might have to get another xbox unfortunately.

That's what I was afraid of frown.gif
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