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I am seeing everything in black and white. This has happened before and I fixed it but I can not remember how I did it.

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Check your scart connection, make sure its plugged in ok (silly i know but they do come loose and cause this kind of problem), also check in your video output menu that its set right, i.e. r.g.b, composite, pal, ntsc

Posted on Feb 26, 2007

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