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Not able to select HD on my Wii setup screen

I had a perfectly clear screen up until yesterday. We bought a new game and half way through the game, the screen went 'grainy'. Any thoughts on how to resolve?

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Well see if it happens again, it may have been a one time thing. but try reconnecting the AV cables to the tv or change the picture settings on the wii setup options.
But this is important, is the picture grainy, or is there vertical black lines? if its black lines, i have the same problem and the only way to fix it is to send it to nintendo and theyll give u a new console. its due to overheating and the graphics card gets fried

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