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    Screen going off for a few secounds and than on again

    Hi!
    I recently recieved a cable from ebay that alows me to play wee on my monitor. OK I assume the cable is OK, becasue before I played on 50hz and it was ok just the picture was rumbbling and shaking. Than I put the screen settings on wii to HD or something like that (the last option), and the picture was better and not shaking anymore. But now when I paly every 2 or 3 minutes the screen and the sound goes off for like 3 seconds and than back on. The game continues to play (for instance I lost the tennis match because the screen went black). Any ideas suggestions?

    Thank you for your help.

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    get a better cable???

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    Quote Originally Posted by klosi View Post
    Any ideas suggestions?
    learn to hit the home button real fast!

    The wii does not like 3rd party cables.

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    Yes maybe it is cable's fault, but why does it than play normally when I choose 50hz option? No black outs....

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    probably because the cables can cope better with that

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    Probably true. Thanks!

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