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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by Hungry4wii, Jun 29, 2007.
For most of my virtual console games, part of the screen gets cut off. Is there anyway to fix this?
Oh my friend has a T.V. that does this, it sometimes came back in if he slammed his hand down really hard on the top or side of the T.V. not recommended though especially if it is a nice T.V. If the T.V. has a tube, the actual T.V. might be braking because of age or wear or whathaveyou but if it ONLY happens on Virtual Console games as you say it is probably a problem with the Wii console or connections. Maybe even some settings on the T.V. are wrong.
It does it for some regular wii games but I repositioned the screen a bit so it is hard to see. Can it be because my television is not a flat screen?
No. But if your TV is not widescreen make sure you don't have it set for 16:9
I changed it to regular and part of it is still cut off.
I'd say something serious is wrong. Either appeal for a new console (don't think that's what it is though) or buy a new T.V./use a different T.V. in your house.
I am pretty sure it is the tv. When I was going to play my dreamcast nearly half the screen was gone. :/
Does ur tv perhaps have a "zoom" option on the remote?
quick question: are you gay?
What was that for Sovieto!
I am not gay, why would you ask this?
It happens on mine too, mostly because I play my Wii on a tube TV. The only way to prevent this is to play your Wii on a flat-screen TV (Lucky for me, I play my second Wii on my 52-inch projection TV)
i have a flatscreen and i have to set it to widescreen or super wide screen for it to show all of my menu etc
If only the Wii had a setting to adjust the screen to the TV, just like the Gamecube did.
When I play it on my 9 inch flat screen it looks perfect, and I have a 42 inch flat screen in my living room but I don't really trust it in a spot where my brother can reach. I think I am going to use the 9 inch but it had stuck pixels I am working on trying to fix.
I use this old T.V.
Had it since I was very little, never had a problem, it's great I love it :yesnod: hehe.
There will always be a little part cut off if you are playing on a Tube TV.
wat is a 'tube' tv?
He probably means Cathode Ray Tube or CRT