How do i set up my nintendo wii to a fujistu plasmavision
I am trying to setup my nintendo Wii to my brothers fujistu plasmavision flat screen tv, when I hooked it up to the back and turn on the tv the picture came out in black and white with no sound. how do I set up the Wii to this tv?
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A newer TV may mean that your wii is not setup to use the proper resolution(HDTV). Are there 1, 3 or 5 RCA ports on the back of your tv?
Some tv's have more than 1 set of RCA ports..are there no ports on the side of your tv? If so, try those instead.
If you have 5 ports only, you may need to use the green one for the yellow cable. This might result in a black & white image, and will be used purely to change your wii settings to use a higher resolution.
OR try this: Nintendo Customer Service Wii No yellow video AV input on your TV
Determine if your Internet connection is compatible with the Wii's online console features. If you are using a dial-up connection you will not be able to connect to the Internet through the Wii console. The best connectivity is with a cable, DSL or fiber-optic connection.
Start up your Wii. Go to the main menu. Click on the Wii icon button on the bottom left side of the screen.
Select the "Wii Settings" button with a wrench icon. Go to the "Wii System Settings" menu.
Click on the arrow on the right side of the screen to scroll to page two of the settings. Click on the "Internet" tab.
Select "Connection Settings" from the menu that appears. Your screen should show three connection slots all saying "none" next to them. Select "Connection 1."
Choose "Wireless Connection" from the pop-up screen. A new screen will appear that reads "Search for an Access Point," "Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector," and "Manual Setup." The easiest way to set up the Wii online is to select "Search for an Access Point."
Wait a moment for your Wii to find an access point. When the words "Choose the access point you want to connect to" appear on your screen, click "OK."
Pick your access point. Choose the point that is listed with a green signal strength icon.
Save the settings by clicking "OK." Your Wii console will perform a test. A window will pop up asking you to perform a Wii system update.
Complete the system update. Read and agree to the "User Agreements." You should be able to view movies, TV shows, websites, news and games from your PC on your TV.
This is a common problem and it is not specific to Wii Fit Plus, it is a TV setup issue.
Access your TV's menu screen and be sure that your TV screen is expecting input from "AV" or "Video". If you have "S-Video" selected, this is the cause of why your Wii is playing black and white.
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
hum........ that is weird I'm not really sure how to fix that. But make sure all the cable from the wii are plugged in properly. For example: the red, yellow and white cables may look like they are plugged in but sometimes you have to push them in really hard to get them to work.
My wii does that sometimes in the middle of a game it just goes black so I just have to walk up to the TV and make sure they are im properly.
Just spoke to Nintendo Technical support. Seems the rub is in the AC adapter itself.
Need to power down at both ends of the AC adapter--unplug AC adapter from wall output AS WELL AS from back of Wii.
Wait at least two minutes to allow any charge in the adapter itself to dissapate. Plug adapter into wall first, then back into the Wii, making sure your peripherals (eg AV receiver, TV, projector if using) are already on.
Tech support says sometimes you get a partially tripped "fuse" within the AC adapter itself.
This seems to have worked for now--will let the forum know if further problems