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The gc is reading the discs, but i can't get a coloured picture

I connected the gc to the tv on a video outlet.
1. the picture is shaking.
2. after awhile, the picture stops shaking, but there is no colour on the screen, just grey, black, white

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If you are not using the cords that came with the system then use them or get new ones if that is not he case then borrow a friends and if they don't work then repair or return the system

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