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You're using a splitter on the av cable before it gets to the TV?
If so it might jsut be a problem with the audio being too weak for the Dazzle to pick it up. does the driver for the Dazzle have an input preamp or volume control. If so, this might be your answer. Just turn it up until you get usable signal from the Wii.
Are you running an additional Video card? Or are you using the built in one.
You might try cleaning the connector / plugs with acetone from finger polish remover or de=natured alcohol.
Never jam anything on a computer.
If its an add on card, remove it and reboot. Shut down and reinstall card and reboot.
keep me posted please,
Beep Code:Description of Problem:
Short, No power, Bad CPU/MB, Loose Peripherals
Everything is normal and Computer POSTed fine
One Long Beep, One Short Beep
One Long Beep, Two Short Beeps
One Long Beep, Three Short Beeps
Three Long Beeps
Repeated Long Beeps
Continuous Hi-Lo Beeps
Try this out my player did the same thing plug your player into your computer using your USB cord and for like 10min let it charge there is a small battery inside the player after 10min hold down the M button for 5sec let off then take out battery plug back into computer it should say usb and now your set
Try pressing F8 during startup to get the safe mode menu up. Select "vga mode" for the pc to boot at low spec graphic settings then change the settings back to normal in control panel. Sound like the studio had set your graphic to a setting your pc cant cope with.