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The RGB setting at startup messed up my connection

Ok, well I was playing with the settings on my PS2, the system options you can get into if you leave the disk tray open. Well I changed one of the settings to RGB instead of the by cy or whatever. I thought I could do it because I connected my PS2 with the RGB composite cables to my Samsung HDTV. Well it just totally spazzed out. At first I thought it was just the TV not being able to translate the connection. So I tried on my Sony XBR HDTV and that didn't work either. So I tried the last tv with a composite imput, a SDTV Toshiba, and it still was a no go. I'm basically just asking if anyone knows how I can just reset the entire PS2 system so it would work the the standard yellow video input.

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  • Josh Lee Jul 24, 2007

    Get get some sun kid, instead of wasting time on the net being useless like you are now

  • Josh Lee Jul 24, 2007

    Anyway I got it fixed, the RGB setting worked with the yellow video cable for some reason which allowed me to change the to the other setting to let me use the composite cables.

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