I just bought a new HD TV yesterday and i'm already having problems with it. It was fine for the first few hours then all of a sudden, one half of the screen (the left hand side) started to go weird, like a bad reception or something, whilst the other half stayed the same. I tried to turn it off, leaving it for a while etc, but eventually, the problem comes back again. What should i do?
Hi, iv just bort a playstation 3 and am have difficulties setting it up with me tv. iv connected me hdmi cable but it doesnt seem to be reconising it! iv tryed a few hdmi cables now and so its gota be a setting on the tv i need to change? all me mates have got ps3's but even they've tried helping me and failed! plz reply! Tom
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I had the same problem and after buying loads of different cables came to the conclusion that the HDMI input on the TV was at fault. Bit of a sledgehammer to crack a nut but I upgraded my home cinema amp to one that had HDMI in/out and now I put the sound through that and use the TV as a panel with volume turned to zero.
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factory reset for the PS3.
turn the power off on the PS3 what I want you to do now is turn the power back on whilest holding the button down for approx 5 seconds this should then bleep. Thats it reset.
If you have a HDTV then you need to change the resolution to 720i or 720p to support the XBox 360 HD video. If you have a standard TV (non-HD) then you'll need to change your XBox 360's video settings to non-HD. The problem sounds like your mixing up HD video signal. I really need more info about your TV. Is it HD? Or regular?