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    Black and white screen

    Hi all,

    I have bought a new tv,it has component input but i have composite cables.

    I plugged the composite cables in the tv, it gave me a black-white screen.

    Do i have to buy, component cables, or is there any fix for this issue?


    Thank

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    wivked

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    edit

    Just wanted to say,
    First i had another tv, but it was not comfortable.
    So i exchanged it for a smaller one.

    The wii was working perfectly with the first tv.
    But after the exchange, it gave me a black-white screen

    Here are the details:

    1st TV:

    Connectivity :Philips - 8000 series LCD TV 42" Full HD 1080p digital TV - 42PFL8404H/12 - 8000 series - Televisions - Sound and vision
    Ext 1 Scart: Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
    Ext 2 Scart: Audio L/R, CVBS in, RGB
    Ext 3: YPbPr, Audio L/R in
    Front/Side connections: HDMI v1.3, S-video in, CVBS in, Audio L/R in, Headphone out, USB
    PC network link: DLNA 1.0 certified
    Other connections: Analogue audio Left/Right out, PC Audio in, PC-In VGA, S/PDIF out (coaxial), Common Interface Plus (CI+), Common Interface
    HDMI 1: HDMI v1.3
    HDMI 2: HDMI v1.3


    2th TV:Philips - 7000 series LCD TV 42" class Full HD 1080p digital TV - 42PFL7704D/F7 - 7000 series - Televisions - Sound and vision

    Connectivity:

    AV 1: Audio L/R in, YPbPr
    AV 2: Audio L/R in, YPbPr
    AV 3: Audio L/R in, CVBS in, S-Video in
    Front / Side connections: HDMI v1.3, S-video in, CVBS in, Audio L/R in, Headphone out, USB
    Audio Output - Digital: Coaxial (cinch)
    Other connections: Analog audio Left/Right out
    HDMI 1: HDMI v1.3
    HDMI 2: HDMI v1.3
    HDMI 3: Analog audio L/R in, HDMI v1.3
    EasyLink (HDMI-CEC): One touch play, Power status, System info (menu language), Remote control pass-through, System audio control, System standby

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    *imitates scottish accent* You canna interchange component an anti component. In other words, you will need a new video cable for your wii.

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    B&W is also symptomatic of playing an out of region game. If all your games are this way, consider the cable. If it's some and not all, try forcing the region in the loader settings.

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