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    Hey y'all,.got my new Xbox 360 today but some how TV output is black and white. It's actually NTSC and it's there anything I can do to make it appear colored?
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    What kind of cable are you using to connect it to the TV?
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    Ghana uses PAL B/G TV signal type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin2577 View Post
    What kind of cable are you using to connect it to the TV?
    The VGA cables that came with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lak611 View Post
    Ghana uses PAL B/G TV signal type.
    Lak611 does that mean I can never make it appear colored? I took the NTSC because the guy had no PAL system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenzibit View Post
    Lak611 does that mean I can never make it appear colored? I took the NTSC because the guy had no PAL system.
    Right now I want to reset to factory default settings but how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kenzibit View Post
    Lak611 does that mean I can never make it appear colored? I took the NTSC because the guy had no PAL system.
    I don't know. I've never owned an Xbox.

    I know it's possible to change region format for DVD in Windows Media Center on PC.
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    If you're using vga cables I would imagine there is a loose cable somewhere. The only other thing is to play around with the resolution in display settings on the xbox.
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    I am assuming you sorted this? With scary leads I have had this. Usually when not pushed in properly.
    Own a Lumia 920 - in UK

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