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Make sure the Video Output settling is accurate to the TV/connection you are using (i.e. HDMI, analog etc)
This can be changed in the System Settings
If you have recently changed TV's - Set your PS3 back up on your previous TV and then go through the Video Output settings and change to the new TV your are using.
Hope this helps.
Try the alternative connection, with other TV set. This means change your TV for moment and check it with the PS3. Use AV connection if you have provisions to make sure if your PS3 has video signal. This will ensure you that your PS3 is working fine. If you can't get any signal out, then check your PS3. Other options is, setting your TV's NTSC/PAL system to auto mode for video signal. This function can be done using remote control or user manual can also be a good help.
Your tv might not receive a signal for a variety of reason.
a. You have the RCA (yellow,white,red) cables plugged in the wrong way b. Your ps3 hasn't recognized your video due to using an hdmi cable and switching around with the settings on your ps3. c. you have changed the video settings on your ps3 and is now set to the wrong video output. d. the cables have become defective and you need to purchase a new one. e. the ps3 has malfunctioned and wont take video anymore. f. the tv input is set wrong. make sure all RCA cables are found in "video output", all hdmi cables are found in "HDMI", and all VGA cables are found under "PC".
Hi just bought a WII from Hong Kong along with the Free Loader disc.
It is still in Japanese.Do we have to get another disc to change the language or can we do it with the disc supplied?
Can you let us know the steps to change the language?
I was assured that it would work.......
Try turning the console off, then holding down the on button until you hear a series of beeps, each beep representing the system switching video modes. (try testing another output source to make sure your tv is working correctly) if your tv accepts other video signals then you should find the correct one from your ps3 with this method. you may have to get it to work on AV or S-Video to make the appropriate changes to the HDMI and set the proper resolution for your television first.