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One annoying thing about the Nintendo Wii is that there is no way to reset the video settings once you have changed them in the Nintendo Wii System Menu.
It will not detect which cables you are trying to use and just tries to use the last settings that you set it to.
So, if you have changed your Nintendo Wii from using the regular cables that came with the system to using component cables, then switch back to a TV using regular RCA cables (these are the yellow, red and white cables) then you need to reset the settings on your Nintendo Wii to the default video settings.
You can reset your Nintendo Wii video settings to use Composite (or RCA - Yellow, Red and White) cables by doing the following:
1. Make sure the Nintendo Wii is powered off and a red light is showing.
2. With the power off, unplug the video cables from the back of the Nintendo Wii, leave them plugged into your TV (these should be the RCA/Composite cables)
3. Press the Power button on the front of Nintendo Wii. Make sure the cables are still unplugged.
4. Keep the Nintendo Wii powered on and plug your cables back into it with it still running.
5. If all went well, the picture should appear normally now.
6. Once the picture has reappeared, you should go into the Nintendo Wii Menu (the Wii button in the bottom left hand corner) and change the display back to 480i to make the changes permanent.
With the Wii system, when you hit the power button, it goes into Standby mode. That is the yellow light. In standby mode, the system draws a little bit of power, and it will go into a ready to play state faster than when Off. Holding the power button FULLY powers off the Wii system, and that will give you the red light. Hope this helps!
If the light is red, it means WiiConnect24 is turned off. Green means the system is turned on and it's normal for the Wii to whirr a bit when it's initially turned on.
Completely power down your system by pressing the power button for 10 seconds. If that doesn't work, unplug the AC Adapter from the Wii for a moment, then plug it back in.
That said, Nintendo recommends calling them if this doesn't fix your problem. Hope this helps.
sure the Component AV Cable is connected to the AV Multi Out port on
the back of the PLAYSTATION 3 system. Connect the other end of the
Component AV Cable into the video and audio RCA jacks of the TV or
the PLAYSTATION 3 system is in standby mode (red light on the front of
the system), hold down the touch-sensitive On/Off button on the front of
the system until the system goes into standby mode again . (So the
light cycle would go from: red light to --> green light --> then
back to red light) This will ensure that you have held down the ON/OFF
button long enough to reset the Video Output Settings.
3. Turn on
the PLAYSTATION 3 system and once the system finishes powering
up, the Video Output Settings will automatically be reset to the
standard resolution (or detect the current display output settings of
I've never seen a projector with DVI ONLY -- double check your projector and all compartments and see if it has any other inputs. The wii can use the regular composite, red, yellow, white output. The wii can use SVideo and the Wii can use component output -- red, green, blue video and red/white audio. I do not think there is a DVI cable for the Wii.
I did setting up and come up w/ Language--ENGLISH and I hit confirm, nothing happen, it means the remote cannot talk w/ the Console, then I did the standard mode synchronization, still the same. How to make the communition betwenn the console and the remote?? Charlie