Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Joshua Freeman ,
Try these steps: Your screen is blank after you turn on the console * Confirm that both your TV and Xbox One console are turned on. * Check that your TV is set to the correct input signal (HDMI). * Check that the HDMI cable connection to your console is secure. * Check that the HDMI cable connection to your TV is secure. * Check that the HDMI cable is connected to the "out to TV" port on the console. * Power cycle your Xbox One: Press and hold the '''Xbox''' button for 10 seconds to turn off the console, and then turn it on again. * Reset your display settings. Here's how: ## If there's a disc in the Xbox One console, eject it. ## On the console, press and hold the '''Xbox''' button for 10 seconds to turn off the console. ## Press and hold the '''Xbox''' button and the '''Eject''' button until you hear a beep to turn on the console. You’ll hear one beep right away and a second beep 10 seconds later. The power light will flash on before the second beep. DO NOT LET GO until the second beep occurs. [br] # '''Note''' If you have an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, you’ll need to press and hold the '''Xbox''' button and the '''Bind''' button instead, as your console does not have an '''Eject''' button. ## In either case, this will boot your console in low resolution mode (640 × 480). To reset this setting, press the '''Xbox''' button to open the guide. Go to '''System''' > '''Settings''' > '''Display & sound''' > '''Video output''', and then select the resolution you want from the Display dropdown. ## If you’re required to complete these steps on every boot-up, you’ll want to change your TV connection to HDMI as shown in step 3 of the next section, "Your screen is blank and you use an AVR in your setup." For more info, see How to adjust the display settings on your Xbox One. # Try plugging the HDMI cable into a different HDMI port on your TV. # Try using a different HDMI cable to connect your console to your TV. # Try connecting your console to a different TV.