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  • 25-05-2022 8:19am
    Registered Users Posts: 95 ✭✭ farreca

    Edit - It was the cable, tried another one (old and didn't expect it to be ultra high-speed) and it's working fine

    I just bought an LG C1 and I'm trying to get my xbox series x working in [email protected] on it with no joy. I have enabled the "HDMI Deep Color" setting and I can see that all the settings are available. I can enable 120hz for 1080p but as soon as I try to enable 4k I get a black screen for about 20 seconds then a warning saying that something went wrong. I've done a factory reset on both the tv and xbox and at this point the only thing I can point to is the HDMI cable, it is the original that came with the series x but I'm thinking it might be faulty so have ordered a new one.

    Here is the "4k details" page from the xbox settings

    Any help would be much appreciated.

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