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Hi I just got a new hdmi cable for my consoles and it supports 1080i I cant get the cable to pick up the console am using :O

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Hello when you connect hdmi on to games console it should adjust to 1080p you may have to go into menu setting and click on to hdmi setting you should see the game screen good luck

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