Question about EA Sports Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 for Nintendo Wii
Rca hdtv, dish network, dvr player, receiver, can't make the darn wii work. getting no picture. there must be a setting somewhere that is not in the right position. any clues?
ditto!!! Us too! We have Direct TV / HDTV - Samsung flat screen and can't get our Wii to work either! We need the Geek Squad, but unfortunately, they're on Holiday as is Nintendo, etc.
My heart goes out to all of the parents out there with techno difficulties. We're in the same boat. KNOW YOU'RE NOT ALONE!
Spring Hill, TN
Ok u can hook it up though a dvd player if ur tv wont support it make sure ur on the right channel though
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
I rencently got a 40' Sony Bravia and had the same issues. All my component ( DVD,VCR, Surround Sound, Cable box) all plugged into the jacks in the back. I thought my Wii would just plug into that area as well.
But on the Sony Bravia, I had 3 jacks on the side. (red,yellow and white) That is where I had to hook up the game.
When I want to play, instead of putting the TV or Cable on a channel 3 or 4, I use the TV's remote and go into the "Input" section and just choose the input that the game is hooked up to.
I have video 1 , Video 2 , component 1,2,3, etc.
Depending on what I want to use, DVD, Wii, VCR I just click on the coresponding input.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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