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You might want to try and gently clean the video plugin on the back of the Wii and the cord. It could be a dirty connection not allowing the entire video signal to come through. if not, try a different cord
This is probably seting on the TV that needs to be adjusted. Go into the picture settings on the TV and change the viewing settings to a setting that you're comfortable with. For example change the settings from 16.9 to 4.3 or change zoom.
You will no doubt find the correct setting in the TV's picture menu.
hi, if you switch the wii on without a game in and then you get that start screen where you can choose the squares, well in the bottom left hand corner it will say wii, click on this then enter the settings and you should be able to adjust everything you need from their.
i hope this is some help to you, if you still have problems after then give me a shout back and ill do my best to assist you further
It is most likely that somehow the aspect ratio of your display has been changed. If you go into the wii system menu by pressing the wii button on the wii channels screen, then go into the display settings and alter them as the guide shows here:
In the Wii settings make sure that the sensor bar setting is correct wheather it is top or bottom of tv. Then make sure the sensor bar is as far font as you can get it to give clear line of sight to the controller.