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Screen problems every time in hook my 64 to my big screen hd tv , the screen starts shaking but it works fine on my tube tv . same thing with my playstation

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  • crevante Feb 05, 2008

    thanks buddy, is there n e thing i can do about it?

  • crevante Feb 05, 2008

    THANKS FOR TAKING TIME TO HELP BE BLESSED

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Cuse old style output not made for new tv 480 i made for tube tv only

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    nick helpap Feb 05, 2008

    nope

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    nick helpap Feb 05, 2008

    welcome budhey thers one thing but hard to get upcoverting unit by monster sumtime they sell on ebay goes in reg s video and yellow then out hd coumpount cables would help it sum but hard to get

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    nick helpap Feb 05, 2008

    thx for using fix ya

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