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hi taylor, select the last known good configuration, if problem persist, if you have cd installer on windows xp insert it in your cd/dvd rom player then boot up and repair the windows file just follow the instruction. never forget to install antivirus on your computer coz' it is the cause of your pcproblem. Berst regards, JOEL
Hi have you used this dvd player before or is this the first time.
Also is it saying format not suppoted when you try playing the dvd.
Please give me this info then i should be able to help you further ok
The manual won't help you to much in this regard. This monitor is a standard type that has both a VGA and DVI input. Normally what you would use with a personal computer.
If you want to use it as a TV monitor you will have some sort of device that outputs to VGA or DVI. DVI stands for "Digital Visual Interface" and it's preferable over VGA as it should potentially give you a better image.
This means: A) A computer. You can build your own media TV and watch internet streamed shows like Hulu, Netfix, use as a DVD player, etc. I recommend this route. No more dependance on Cable companies! You just need internet. B) Find a DVD, and, or Tuner/Cable/Satellite box that has these outputs. If you want to use Cable or Satellite, contact your provider company and see if they have a box that will output to either VGA or DVI. Might have a hard time finding one of these, or it might cost more then it's worth. C) Buy a S-Video input to VGA/DVI output. You can buy these for around $40. Then you should be able to hook it up to just about any device as most modern TV devices will have an S-Video outputs.
Take a look at a site called DVD REVIEWER. Or do a search. I have made all my dvd players region free. Every dvd player is capable of going region free. You just have to find the "secret code" to unlock it. There is a way.
Let me know if you can't find it, and I will dig up the site for you.
If your TV is a higher quality set that is HD capable, the problem may be in using RCA jacks. I suggest buying some component video cables. Some higher quality DVD players and TVs do not respond well to cheaper video feed wires. The only other option is a problem with the DVD player since the picture is coming through fine through other DVD sets. Try the wires first, its your cheapest option.