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this is either a video driver error caused by out of date drivers or trying to display something your computer does not have the capacity for if you meet the min system requirements and your drivers are up to date try displaying other programs to make sure that you find the same lines if after updating drivers you still have lines either the monitor or graphics card has burnt out
This is usually caused by a ground differential. on the cable box. Solution is to put an F-type cable box ground eliminator on the incoming coaxial cable line. You can test this theory by unplugging the Coax on the INPUT of your cable box. They are less than $12.00. For more info go to www.cedia.org and put in your zip code to find the closest in home tech to install one for you.
Your unit may have a loose connection from motherboard to the display (video cable inside the unit), another distinct possibility is that the video processor chip is damaged or there is a power supply problem for the video chip (a bad electrolytic cap or similar somewhere around the video IC).
You can check the connection, but you'll need to take the unit apart, also check other connectors, but if it's an IC problem, this could get difficult or/and costly.
Please note that these are only suggestions and that the problem may as well be something else.
lines may be caused by AC pickup. if so, usually the lines move slowly up the screen, and two major sets are usually displayed. wavy lines may also be caused by a local TV station transmitting on the same output channel, either 3 or 4. If you can change the output channel, this may help. Also, try disconnecting all cable or satellite signals and see if the problem goes away. May be an adjacent channel bleeding over. If the lines go away when putting the dvd on pause, the problem is probably in the dvd power supply. Cool the unit down by unplugging it for a while and then try it. If the problem goes away then, separate the dvd player from other devices to prevent overheating
It means that it is adjusting the sound from mono to hi'fi... probably because the tape is dirty/damaged or (more likely) the unit needs to be seriously cleaned. Try a cleaning tape, and if that doesnt work have a shop clean it.