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Wii hd componet cables

I have recently bought the hd componet cables for my wii and when i play there is a black box around the game. When i was using the regular cables the box was not there. I can not figure out how to get rid of it. Any suggestions

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Sounds like the screen size on the tv and wii needs to be adjusted. look in the wii settings to adjust that and also see if there is a output resolution that you can change to tell the wii that you're using component. component uses 480i-1080i resolution so there shouldn't be much that you have to change.

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