A step-by-step walkthrough for the A/V novice explaining how to connect your Xbox 360 console to your television or monitor.
TV screen frozen or blank? TV picture tinted or flickering? Graphics misshaped? Got sound with no picture, or picture with no sound? Check here for links to solutions to these problems and others.
If you're seeing a blank screen when you turn on your Xbox 360 console, you may need to change the video input on your TV to match the one your console is connected to.
If you've got a stereo or other A/V receiver, you can use it with your Xbox 360 for incredible sound quality! Here's how to do it.
We want you to get the absolute best picture you can from your Xbox 360 console. Here are some things to check out to make sure your picture is the best it can be.
Learn how to install, play, or delete a game on your Xbox 360 Hard Drive.
If you're having a problem or receiving an error trying to play back a DVD movie on your Xbox 360 console, here are some things to try.
Xbox 360 status code errors when playing videos or movies
Listen to music from a variety of sources and portable devices on your Xbox 360 console.
Get answers to questions about connecting your console to your home network and using Windows Media Center to stream music, video, or pictures from your computer to your TV.
Learn how to use Windows Media Center with your Xbox 360 and a PC that’s running Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8.
Learn how to set up Windows Media Center to stream music, pictures, and video to your Xbox 360 console.
Learn how to connect and configure digital audio on your Xbox 360 console.
Learn which folders on your computer are monitored by default when you use your Xbox 360 console as a Windows Media Center Extender.
Learn what to do if you get this error when you try to install a program for the Xbox 360 Media Center Extender in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
Learn what to do if you have problems playing content from a camera or other portable media device on an Xbox 360 console.