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Re: PS2 Picture Problem
Most PS2 games are dark and auto brightness controls will casue your LCD tv to brighten up automatically in response the dark video coming from PS2 games. I suggest you get into the menu settings of your TV and find a setting that will shut off the auto picture controls.
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make sure to set input on the TV is set to s-video. If left on AV2 the picture is black & white. Set to AV2S the picture is in colour.http://www.avforums.com/forums/ps2/692572-ps2-picture-black-white.html here some troubleshooting steps to help find out what maybe wrong
1. try a different tv
2. if you have a friend with a ps2 try borrowing their cable to make sure its not the cable.
3. try your friends ps2 on your tv.
You might of had one of the wires connected from the TV to the PS2 damaged and may need new ones or just make sure that the wires connecting each other from the TV to the PS2 are well connected. My little brother use to drop my PS2 a lot too and that happened to me once, but it turned out to only be that the wire got pulled too much when it fell and it disconnected from the TV to the PS2 and I had to only put it in well.
your console might be over heated . if you continusly try to play it, stop leave it alone for around 10 minutes. get a soda watch some tv and make sure that consule is completly disconnect from the wall.
try bending the connectores slightly up and down and check if the problem will be fixed, if that seems to solve the problem purchase anothe AV cord for your PS2 also try testing your PS2 on another tv and then let's see if it will solve the problem
All you can do is use the PSOne/PS2 'smoothing' options under the PS3's settings. Just remember that the games were designed for standard definition televisions so your Hi-Def set will really show their ugliness!