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The video and audio will not show up when using the standard jacks but everything works fine when using high def cable what would cause the standard cables not to work.

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Hi, this happens because your console is set to use that definition. When you change tv or cables, just reset the video settings. It's pretty simple: switch on your console, hold on the switch until you hear 2 beeps. Now video settings are reset. Regards, Peter

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video

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They print manuals for these things.

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