On occasion, the picture of the TV is obscured by a strange black overlay that has a a typed web address, starting with "http://". If I change channels and come back to the channel, it will be gone but frequently returns. The TV is connected directly to the cable coaxial, there is no cable box. It uses Comcast, and I do not have internet service via the cable.
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make sure to set input on the TV is set to s-video. If left on AV2 the picture is black & white. Set to AV2S the picture is in colour.http://www.avforums.com/forums/ps2/692572-ps2-picture-black-white.html here some troubleshooting steps to help find out what maybe wrong
1. try a different tv
2. if you have a friend with a ps2 try borrowing their cable to make sure its not the cable.
3. try your friends ps2 on your tv.
That depends. If you have physical access to the router, plug any computer into a LAN port with a networking cable. Re-boot the computer.
Goto Start > Run (or type in the search box)
You should see a black command prompt.
Type in: ipconfig
and hit enter. You will get three sets of four groups of numbers: IP Address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway.
Open up your web browser and type in the gateway address in the search bar. It should take you to your router's home screen. From here you should be able to find the wireless section and reset the password.
If you don't know the ip of the router you can try clicking start-->run-->then type cmd and click "OK". In the command prompt type: ipconfig and press "Enter" on the keyboard. If there's a "gateway address" that will the the number to type after http:// in your web browser.
if you are using windows xp go to the start button and in "run" box type "cmd" - a black window will open. then type in "ipconfig" you will then get a screen of information. then look for the ip address of your "Default Gateway". this is the ip address of your route... then go to a web browser and type this address in. you will then be taken to the web admin interface of your router.
go in the web interfae for your router.. to find it click start then run.. in there type cmd... in the new window type ipconfig... look for the line default gateway will look like 192.168.2.2... type that number in a web browser address bar ... the web interface will be on your screen.. to black a web site go in url filtering add the site address.. save the settings ..
Black screen in Veo Digital Studio or Yahoo! Messenger.
Veo Digital Studio:
Start the Veo Digital Studio and then click on the "Take a Snapshot" button. The camera light should turn on.
Click the "Settings" button and then click the "Advanced Settings" button.
On the Video Quality screen, click the "Defaults" button to enable the default settings for the camera.
Click "OK" and then "OK" again. You should now see the live video on your screen.
If you still see a black image on the screen, try disabling the overlay feature to see if this resolves the issue:
Unplug the camera from the computer.
Start the Veo Digital Studio and then click on the "Take a Snapshot" button.
The Veo Digital Studio will indicate "Digital Video PC Camera is not connected to this computer." Click "OK" to this message.
Click the "Quick Fix" button and then check in the "Disable Overlay" checkbox. Click "Fix it" and then close out of the Veo Digital Studio.
Plug your camera back into the computer and then try the Veo Digital Studio again.
Make sure that your camera works and you can see yourself by following the steps above for the Veo Digital Studio.
Close the Veo Digital Studio and then start Yahoo! Messenger.
In Yahoo! Messenger, click on Tools->Start My Webcam.
If you see a black screen, in the My Webcam window, click on File->Preferences. On the left side of the Prefences window, select Webcam. Click on the "Camera Source" button. In the Camera Source drop down menu, select the Veo PC Camera or Veo Web Camera and then click OK.
Click on the "Camera Settings" button and then click the "Defaults" button.
Click "OK" and then "OK" again to close the Properties window. If you still see a black screen in the My Webcam window, please contact Yahoo! for more assistance or refer to the Yahoo! Messenger Webcam Help page at: