Check your scart connection, make sure its plugged in ok (silly i know but they do come loose and cause this kind of problem), also check in your video output menu that its set right, i.e. r.g.b, composite, pal, ntsc
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If that was a video over the internet you may have downloaded a smart virus. ( ie/ tricks the computer in thinking it is safe ). Shut the computer down and restart it in safe mode. F8 or F11 while it is booting up, ( I could never remember! ). Close all residual tabs/web locations and all other programs. Go to the START icon and restart in normal mode. Me thinks that should do it for you.
How is everything cabled? Is this over the air or using composite cables (yellow/red/white). Sometimes this will happen when you plug a component cable into a composite connection or vis versa. If it's over the air signal or cable tv, check and see if the on screen menu for the tv is also in B&W. If the menu is B&W, it could something else.
does it roll on normal tv viewing?
This is what we call a vertical fault. I don't believe it was because of what happened but U never know. The vertical IC or a faulty cap can also cause this problem. If it rolls on your regular tv programs then it is a fault in the vertical section of the TV