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Anyone know why my color input is coming out in black and white? the on sceen menu and dvd's are in color

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Have you tried reprograming your dvd, you must also save the changes that you made during reprograming.

Posted on Aug 21, 2010

  • deffan_69 Aug 23, 2010

    reprogram? what exactly you mean? i have gone through the menu, i have changed the color settings. it's really strange. little things are in color like a watch or someones lips or eye color.

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