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It could be a number of things, the AV/HDMI (couldn't make out what you were using) cable could be busted or it could be the actual console/screen its self, I would try a new HDMI/AV cable to start with.
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Rareparrot wrote
PouyaModz wrote Its artifacting. Gpu is dead..

How much are those?


New Xbox unfortunately.
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You can find a 360 for $50 on Facebook marketplace.
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Disc wrote well your first problem was, getting a 360. they are old and have always been buggy from random console freezes to meltdowns and everything in between
11years with mine and in 2018 it finally gave me the overheating issue aka the 3 red ring of death.

so no they arent buggy and dont melt down at all, you must have shit luck if that happened to you
i will say you arent wrong that the first issue was buying a 360 in 2020/2021
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D-Ram cache has failed
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Strangely, it's actually to do with the controller you're using, this happens when the Bluetooth signal becomes fragmented and discombobulated. I recommend using an official PlayStation 5 controller.
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360's are old, i hate to say it but your best bet might be to either upgrade consoles or get another 360.
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TOXIC wrote There 17 years old, might have something to do with it.


Doesnt mean it shouldnt work, my xbox original, ps2, ps1 etc still work .
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George_at_Asda wrote Strangely, it's actually to do with the controller you're using, this happens when the Bluetooth signal becomes fragmented and discombobulated. I recommend using an official PlayStation 5 controller.

Huh???
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Take it to a repair shop. They will likely fix it for less than 50$.
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