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You probably don't have something hooked up right or connected all the
way. If you are using component video cables, make sure that all of the
different plugs are plugged into the matching socket on your TV. Also,
make sure you have your TV on the right channel (3 or 4) if that's how
you have it setup.
Otherwise, you will want to look at the input settings on your TV and
make sure you are receiving the correct input, and if you have your Wii
plugged into a VCR instead of directly to your TV, try hooking it up
directly to see if it works.
If that doesn't work, try using a different TV - especially if it's a
TV you know works in color with a Wii. If it is still in black and
white, you might need to take it back to the store and exchange it for
a new one.
I had the same problem. I fixed it by changing system settings, there is somewhere on the console where you can choose between two differant colour options. have a look around and try changing it on the ps itself.
Try to connect to a different tv, also is the playstation 3 have any abnormal colors on the console, like the playstation 2 is green when on but I think they change to red if something is wrong. You will need to eliminate the problem at a time, hook the PS2 to tv, if it works fine then connect PS3 again, if doesn't look right, then it is no good.
its in the sound settings on your ps3, change to hdmi out put, this should sort it, if not you can use your scart lead for the sound, just use red and white lead straight into your sound system or sony reciever. but you will need to set it up in the sound settings in your ps3. hope this helps