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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Throne, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. Throne

    Throne WiiChat Member

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    K so for what i need help on.

    I start my Wii and i get a black screen. Yeah wtf, right?
    I can still hear audio in the background though.

    I turned the Wii on once and it worked fine with my old tv.
    I switched tv's and it gives me the black screen with audio.
    I switched it back to the other tv and it does the same thing as above except with no audio.

    Yes, ive put the cords into every possible hole there is on this tv that fit. So it cant be that, any other fixes?

    Ty

    P.S.
    Cord isnt the problem because i tried the cord on a different Wii and it worked fine.
     
  2. ROB64

    ROB64 40lb box of rape

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    maybe try changing the video source on the tv
    i had the same thing happen to me the first time i setup my wii
     
  3. ki11er4311

    ki11er4311 Looking for BRAWLS

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    try a different screen/tv or channel settings it might just be tv or maybe the wii
     
  4. Throne

    Throne WiiChat Member

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    Tried each diff video source.
     
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  6. Silent-Sniper

    Silent-Sniper ↑ Awesome ↑

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    Try speaking real English.
     
  7. Throne

    Throne WiiChat Member

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    Try not being a douchebag.
     
  8. Caliko

    Caliko I am Casual

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    This is a tricky one. I would think it would be the A/V cable until you ruled that out. The only thing I could think of is that you have a bad Wii. Call Nintendo Customer Service they are AMAZING
    1-800-255-3700
     

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