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I hooked up my wii to my Sanyo CS-90283-1T and Im not getting color. I went out and bought a new cord for my wii that has the blue, green, yellow, 2 reds and white puts and put them in and still not working. When I which my screen over to the wii that's on component on my screen it's in black and white. How do I get color? Please someone help.

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Check your wii configuration to make sure it is set to North America

  • 1 Go to your Wii Channel Menu and select the feature for which you want to change your regional settings. For example, if you want to change the setting for the Forecast Channel, use your Wii remote to select the Forecast Channel. If you need to change the region for the Everybody Votes Channel, click that channel.
  • 2 Go to "Settings" and press "A" to select it.
  • 3 Go to the "Nearest Location" tab and select "Change."
  • 4 Scroll to the bottom of the location list. Select "Choose from other regions."
  • 5 Choose the region nearest you after scrolling through the various regions listed. Select it with your Wii remote and press the "A" button.
  • 6 Select the location nearest you from the list by pressing the "A" button.
  • 7 Click "Yes" when prompted. If you wan to change the settings, click "No" and make the necessary adjustments.


  • Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_5986398_change-wii-region.html#ixzz2ly09ncmM

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    SOURCE: tv only has white and yellow inputs. tring to hook

    Just plug the green Wii connector into the yellow TV input, and the white Wii connector in white TV input.
    Hope this helps!

    Posted on Sep 19, 2009

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    SOURCE: Nintendo Wii works fine on standard tv but not on hdtv.

    FOUND THE PROBLEM !!!!! The problem appears to be the Freeview somehow interfering with the Wii signal. When the aeriel lead is removed the Wii works fine, and the audio/visual signal is great. When the aeriel lead is in I have the problems. I hope this solution proves to be of use to anyone else having similar problems.

    Posted on Dec 30, 2009

    SOURCE: I have a Television with red, white and yellow

    Red= Video- Put the red to the red
    Green= AV3- Put the yellow to the green
    Blue= Sound- Put the blue to the white

    Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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    SOURCE: i have hooked my wii up to a new samsung 42"

    Make sure that you have switched the Wii to component video in the system setting menus. Once you have done that, you should have a color picture in 480p! Hope this helps!

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