Question about Televison & Video
TV Some how had language set to Russian during s-video conection to PC.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: language setting
Try this: 1. unplug all cables from back of unit (turn power off as well) 2. while the printer is off hold down the * and 5 3. while holding them turn printer on 4. continue to hold buttons until display reads 'Permanent Storage Init' 5. then release buttons 6. at the end of reset it will ask you to select language and location, just press enter then 1 to confirm Hope that works!! Ed PS. You could have picked an easier language!!!
Posted on Jun 12, 2007
press menu button
press 4 7 2 5
this takes you into the maintenance menu
here you can switch on/off languages and other options as necessary
press back meny key to exit menu and save the changes
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
After starting your TomTom , tap the screen . Scroll left or right if needed to find "preferences" . Once in Preferences , look for a 'lips' icon and it should also say underneath " Change Voice". Select that and you should be presented with a selection of voices and languages to choose from.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
If you don't know foreing language displayed try follow that to change it to English:
- touch Tool icon
- touch upper left icon
- touch Down arrow 1 time
- touch upper ( of four) line
You'll find 3 buttons on the right Upper/Middle/Lower and 2 on the bottom
Depress Middle one, then using Up/Down arrows select *English and OK
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
My company uses nothing but HP printers some are connected to the
network while others are locally connected to a computer. I have worked
with this exact model.
First, the easiest thing to try is to power cycle the printer. Hold down the button to turn off then turn back on. You can also unplug it from its power source then plug back in.
Power cycling this printer should reset the language to default (English) or it will let you select the language when it comes back on. If that doesn't work then you can try to change it using the installed software.
Considering the fact that someone accidentally changed the language, I am assuming this printer is connected directly to a computer that you all have access to and this is not a network printer.
If this is a local printer (connected directly to the computer via USB or parrallel port) then you should have an HP Toolbox app or some other program that allows you to configure software related settings for the device. Open this tool and you should find an option for the language. This may not be available, depending on how the installation was handled (if it was installed using the CD provided by the manufacturer or installed using downloaded drivers).
Try this out and let me know if it helps.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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