When i put in certain games the the picture will not stay still. I looks as if it was rolling form top to bottom continously. I was told there are 2 setting that a TV can read I just do not know how to change the setting
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Unfold the game boards and place the largest down first. Put the second-smallest board inside the largest board, matching the corners marked "elevator," and the smallest board inside the medium one.
Give each player $3,500 in the form of two $1,000 bills, two $500 bills, three $100 bills, two $50 bills, three $20 bills, three $10 bills and two $5 bills.
Separate out the deed cards. The first-tier property deeds have a marble textured back, the second-tier ones have a water design back and the top-tier deeds have a sky design back.
Begin play by rolling two dice and moving your piece to the appropriate square.
The game is over when all but one player have gone bankrupt. If playing with a time limit, the player with the most money when time expires wins.
Property, Stock Market and Travel squares
Land on a property and buy it, if it's for sale, or pay a lease fee if it's owned. Distribute deed cards as properties are purchased.
Improve lease values on purchased properties by adding facilities: gas stations, shopping malls and skyscrapers. The cost for each is on the deed card. Players build facilities before rolling the dice.
Build gas stations on any property that has no other facilities. Add shopping malls and skyscrapers only if the player owns all the properties in a city. If a property has a gas station, it must be leveled before malls or skyscrapers can be built there.
Draw a Stock Market card when you land on the Stock Market square. These cards specify gains or losses for players as well as additional moves and options. If the player must roll the dice to determine a gain or loss to his wealth, even-numbered rolls indicate gains and odd-numbered rolls indicate losses.
Draw a Travel card when you land on the Travel square. These cards transport players to specific properties. Once there, the player can either buy the property or pay the lease fee if it's already owned.
Request a salary when you land or pass by the Pay Day space. Players on the bottom tier receive a salary of $300, on the second tier a salary of $250 and on the top tier, $200.
Use the elevator squares to move between levels. The only two ways to travel among the three tiers is via the elevator squares or Travel cards.
Try to avoid the RentalCar corners on the middle or top tiers; if you land on them, you get sent to the Rental Car Line on the bottom tier. A player can get off this square by rolling doubles or passing the next two turns.
Gamble money on the Las Vegas and Atlantic City squares. The player decides how much to bet and whether to wager 10 times the number on the dice or 100 times the number on the dice. An even roll means a gain and an odd roll means a loss. Each player must gamble at least once and no more than three times.
Pay $100 to the lottery fund when you land on the Shopping Spree square. Collect the lottery funds if you land on the Lottery square on the lower level. The lottery fund also collects all losses from the Stock Market and the Shopping Spree spaces.
listen do you know custome firmware??? if you dont then what that means is that you will stay at a certain firmware BUT special firmware that lets you play games from your memory card!!! instead of using your umd and ORiginal firmware cant play the games from the memory card HOW to know if your psp is custome firmware well go to system settings and check on system information if it says 5.00M33-4 its custome any that has M or GEN is custome if it does not say anything your psp is original..NOTE you cannot have custome firmware on a psp 3000 or 3001 it will only work on 1000's 1001's 2000's 2001's how to check that?? look ont he bottom of your psp it says a serial number than it should say psp1001 or 2001 but if it says 3000 or 3001 it WILL NOT WORK anyways you can connect to the internet by your psp and update from the network ORRR download the latest firmware from your computer lets say 6.20 download put it in a folder called UPDATE with all capitals and put it in game you will now have the updated version on your memory stick. and you can boot it from there go to dthe playstation .com and they probably have it there.RATTEEE!!
When you attach your Play Station 3 to an HD TV through an HDMI port,
the Play Station 3 will ask you if you wish to switch to HD Mode.
if you decide to move it to another TV that is not HD compatible, you
will get no picture because the Play Station 3 is “stuck” in HD (HDMI)
Follow these steps to resolve your problem:
off the PS3 so it only shows a red light. You can hold the power button
on the front until it goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power
switch on the back of the Play Station 3 off and then back on.
Make sure your Play Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not
HDTV) with the standard video cables.
3. Press and hold the power
button until the screen "flickers" and then immediately release. This
should reset the video settings.
4. Wait a few seconds, and the
Play Station 3 (PS3) logo should appear.
If this does not resolve
the problem, follow these steps:
1. Turn off the PS3 so it only
shows a red light. You can hold the power button on the front until it
goes into standby. To be sure, flick the power switch on the back of the
Play Station 3 off and then back on.
2. Make sure your Play
Station 3 is connected to your regular TV (not HDTV) with the standard
3. Press and hold the power button on the front
until the Play Station 3 beeps and then turns off again. This should
reset the video for you and you can turn it back on after this.
it! You can play your Play Station 3 again!
You need a serious internal Detail cleaning of your PS2. The circuit for Video is evidently getting shorted out from dust and grime. Click on the "Repair Directory" link at the bottom of this page. Then on the next page Click on "Video Game Consoles". This will gi ve you a list of repair shops to do this for you. It is very complicated to do.
The tv may a SAP circuit fault (Second Audio Program).
This circuit can mess up and cause some channels which are carrying SAP to put out the wrong language.
I've seen this happen a few times. AN IC may have gotten zapped when the transformer blew.
Possibly the microprocessor IC.