I have a normal tv and i plug in my AV jacks but the video doesnt work the sound works fine but i have no visuals? This all started when i was playing call of duty 4 long time ago in Feburary while i was playing the screen just turned all different colors then just went black and shut off and the visuals never worked since
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First I know this sounds silly but try turning your TV off then back on again with the PS2 connected.
If that doesn't work try this
first go to your tv settings then go to video/visual/ and then change PAL to NTSC OR NTSC to PAL OR select AUTO
And if that doesnt work, the final solution is to find the switch that is on your AV cable that connects your PS2 to your TV, switch it from Video to Game (I think) Hope one of these solutions work Thanks
how are you connecting the wii to the tv...through the rca jacks? If so, you can not get to the input channels by the channel button. On the remote there will be a button called either AV, Input, AV Video, Video, A/V, Input or something similar. Hit this button until your tv goes to the appropriate av channel.
Well the first thing is you should check that the AV cables are properly plugged into the TV and console and that the TV is set for the proper input. If that doesn't work try to hold the power button down for a few moments, that will reset the PS3's sound/video output to the default settings. That failing you can always try a new set of cables.
If these things fail it's possible your video card is bad, your tv's input may be not receiving a signal properly(e.g. not working) or some other flaw in the PS3 hardware.
if you have a SD TV. ( standard display, not HD ) but chose the HD display option on system settings you wont see picture but hear sound. and same goes if you've chosen SD display but own a HD TV. so try to reset your system somehow or take it in for inspection.
Well it might be an issue with the av cables or the rf switch or the tv its self. One time I plugged my SNES console into the rya jacks for video 2 and the screen was in black grey and white but I tried it on video 1 with my av cable and channel 3 for my rf switch and it was fine. It could be the problem that i had.