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Yes. This happens everytime. Here's a secret/glitch/whatever: when it starts, dont click anything. wait for the game to load up to the main menu. For example in Single player: just leave the keyboard/mouse. wait for all the short clips to play. after you get to the main menu (Spec Ops; Campaign; Multiplayer)Use your arrow keys to choose which. For example: I want spec ops. I just hit the left arrow key once. It might still freeze, but after awhile, it will be highlighted/selected/whatever. hit enter. then wait for it to load. then keep repeating these steps on what level/difficulty. then after you play a game, everything will go back to normal unless you quit again. That's all. Plz rate me.
It sounds like you may have switched some video setting that your TV can't handle. Try removing the battery and leave it out for awhile (hour) and see if that helps.The battry is in small bay on the botton of the wii and is held in with 1 small screw. Good Luck
hi, sounds like u need some solder joints re-worked (probably quite a few for a set that old, but your right it`s a great set), price varies by region greatly, I`m in central florida we would charge 75 for service call & 95-125.00 for labor depending on how long it takes to do the solder rework, hope this answers your question, get it fixed it`s waaay better than the new hd (ha ha ha) sets, video-tek
this is a fairly old model!
the lcd optic engine requires cleaning as the mirrors inside will be dusty,also from what u have mentioned,it appears that the polarising filters inside are damged.pl check if the image that u see is spotless.if it has permamnent patches of green or red or yellow, then the polarising filters are damged & u need to change them!
it happens if there is moist or dust or sand inside the ds so breath INWARDS through the L or R buttons but dont pull too hard but **** as much as you can until it becomes alright plus keep doing it ... it took me 10 mins to get it right
ok your problem is the RGB section maybe crack soldered at the RGB try to resoldered it! you seen that at the back of the picture tube they have small board attach at the neck... resoldred all small part, and transistor drivers!!!