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Nintendo Wii Having trouble hooking up mi Wii to my High Definition rear projection tv. I have a diretv box and a dvd player connected. I followed the instructions for setup but its not working. Toshiba 57 inch rear projection HDTV Thank you for any input Frank

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You plugged it into the t.v right and not the Dvd player? if so then you should be able to click on something like tv/video which should take you to the Wii.

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