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Can't get to onscreen display for auto set up

We have set up our system correctly with HDMI cable. When we attempt the auto set up, we cannot pull up an onscreen display.

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  • uruz1 Nov 18, 2008

    Just installed my RX-V463 as well and have the EXACT SAME PROBLEM! I set upt he receiver and all the speakers and inputs in under an hour, and spent the last 90 minutes trying to get the stupid OSD to show!!!


    HELP!

  • ptcline Nov 23, 2008

    So sorry. I wasn't rating YOUR comment inappropriate, just this whole nasty business with this problem. My bad!

  • jonsherman Jan 12, 2009

    I have the same problem. I just hooked my 463 up yesterday via HDMI. The manual isn't specific enough for me. Does it mean I have to hook to the TV via component video and replace the HDMI or can I use the HDMI and also use a video cable together for the OSD?

  • shelleen Jan 16, 2009

    the video hook up is still not allowing the display screen to appear on TV

  • dooyeah Jan 25, 2009

    I am having the same problem. Can't get the "enter button" on the remote to execute for the set-up? This is the second one of this same receiver. What do I do?

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Hi,

on page 15 of user manual there's info about it. Unfortunately, there is no OSD on HDMI connection.

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Best regards!

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

  • Marcos Almeida
    Marcos Almeida Nov 23, 2008

    Hi, why you rated my solution as Inappropriate? I tried to give my best to help you. I look up the manual to find a solution and it is not my fault if the receiver will not output OSD on HDMI connection.

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