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Green goes green on dvd movies

Discussion in 'PS2' started by apost, Jun 29, 2003.

  1. apost

    apost Guest

    I have recently chipped my new PS239002 and when i watch a DVD (original region 4) the the picture goes green, similar to night vision goggles.
    I then have to reboot to fix it.

    Is it the chip or the unit.
    Any advice would be greatly aprociated.

     
  2. aqsg72

    aqsg72 Guest

    I think this is caused by the PS2's DVD Playback, it is known to suffer from 'Green Screen' when using RGB Scart to connect PS2 to TV.

    My own RGB Scart cable comes with a switch that essentially turns it into a Composite cable when I wish to watch DVDs on PS2.

    The simplest solution would be to dig up the cables that came with your PS2, there should be a set of composite cables that can be joined to a Scart connecter, this will work fine for playing DVDs

    Haz
     
  3. apost

    apost Guest

    Thanks for that information. However i do not use a SCART system as i have an NEC which has the RED/WHITE/YELLOW inputs.
    I have the unit plugged into them.
    Thanks again
     
  4. aqsg72

    aqsg72 Guest

    Guess that would be beyond me then, assuming that the cable you describe would indicate a Composite Connection (?) similar to that bundled with the PS2 which should have no problems playing DVD movies.

    Haz
     
  5. BISH

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    i use the video settings on the AR-2 disc when i get green screen on some movies and it works fine. try turning off the RGB on your ps-2 settings heard this works for some people.
     
  6. Oner

    Oner Moderator Staff Member

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    Is your PS2 connected through a VCR? If so bypass it and it should go away. If not then it is something else.
     

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