We only play one game, CARS, and up until recently, the stats, boost bar, racing time, and other info does not show on the tv screen. I do know that it started to do this after the console was pulled off the shelf and landed on the carpet. I would love to know how to fix this!
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Solution If you experience display issues or incorrect timers/stats, please try refreshing your Zynga Game Bar.
To refresh the Zynga Game Bar, click the down arrow next to the red bulldog to open the drop-down list. Then, click Refresh Toolbar. The Zynga Game Bar will disappear momentarily and then return displaying the most up-to-date game stats.
Could be a problem with your tv have you tried oyur wii on a diffrent TV set?. if you bought a new game of it and it sitll happens. try it on your mates wii? if it happens on anther wii then theres a bug in the game.
Try holding your power button on your ps3 down till it blinks.(not your main power switch on back of console) I do believe if correct, this should reset your ps3 resolution to an auto set for best display on your tv. It may pop up with a message on resolution, but that should work. I had similar problems and that worked for me.
First you need to state Mac G5 model and MacOS 10.?,? and whether the connection is VGA or mini-DVI. (I'm at 10.5.8.) I would not be helped by LG model other than to know if it is HD 1080 or 720. I'm going to assume you have MacOS 10.4 or later but most should apply.
Apple>>About This Mac>>More info...>>Hardware>>Graphics/Display and read more about the display. Digital connection will give you more info. Close the Info but even with VGA you should be able to go to Apple>>System Preferences...>>Displays and have 2 windows--1 for the built-in and 1 for the external. If the latter is off screen, press Gather Windows. On the external display Turn on Show Displays in Menu Bar. This will let you control Mirroring and Resolution. You will need to pick a resolution your TV can do 1920x1080 1280x720 or possibly less to get started. My MacBook has all of those. I usually do not use mirroring and 1920x1080 gives a good pixel match to my DLP. On the external, turn on overscan if you need to put the menu bar on the screen or off if showing maximum of photos. You need to sync first, then play with other things.
If it was a setting on the television, then the cable info would also be affected. Try a reset on your cable box, as the cable info is generated within the box from the data stream, whereas the picture is streamed from the provider.
If the reset doesn't work, it's time to call the cable company - it's not a fault with your telly.
It's actually similar to the old screen burn in you'd see on very old CRT televisions and monitors. You can play your playstation on it, just make it a point not to leave it on the same screen for long periods. For instance, if you pause the game, turn the TV off until you're ready to continue.
Plasma Burn In only happens if you leave the same image on the screen for an extended period. Just don't do that, and you'll be fine.