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Re: No Sync Detected
Is this while trying to use a HD cable box, sat. rcvr, or DVD payer? Make sure the output is set a format the TV can do ie: 480i,480p,720p or 1080i. Some HD TV's cannot do 720p and possibly will say no sync.
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The word ''no sync detected' means that there is no video connection between the cable box and the TV set. Isolate the source of trouble by connecting to the TV a prevoius video source that worked properly e.g DVD player. You should also try to get a new set of video cables as the ones you have may be internally broken.
Please follow the installation instructions carefully especially the colour codes of the video and audio cables i.e yellow cable to yellow connectors of TV and cable box , Red cable to red connectors of TV and cable box etc.
When the player shows up as a detected device in Windows Media Player 10 or 11, the MC4004 will try to synchronize the playlists that are on the player with those on the computer.
It is possible that playlists on the computer:
1. have been removed or
2. are no longer in the library for synchronizing
Synchronizing can be set automatic or manually in WMP.
When you right click the player in the list in WMP, selected Library or Sync view, you will be able to setup the sync mode of
For more help look in the help function "Help with Sync" under the Sync tab in Windows Media Player.
While windows is booting first go to BIOS settings by pressing "Del" or "Esc" then change the boot priority that is save the first boot priority as cd-rom and second boot priority as hard drive... so that you can boot you system with bootable cd...
And then while formating the system just delete the partion that is only "c:/" and install the windows in to that and don't even do anything to your "d:/" drive then you can get all your data back... Abd the cd should be bootable format...
no signal detected is displayed when there is no sync pulse detected by monitor. look in the monitor cable connector and see if you have a pin bent down. same at video connector at pc. if no bent or missing pin it probably bad in monitor itself. do u have another monitor you can hook up to pc? that could tell you which end is defective.(pc or monitor)
lol You don't need to uninstall anything just go into My Computer in the Start tap in the Bottom left corner of you screen and click on your mp3 player's picture and if there isn't a picture it will say your mp3 player's IP name or company name.
1. Turn XBOX360 on 2. Press the sync on the XBOX360, green lights swirl 3. Hold the center xbox logo button on the controller, lights swirl 4. Release the xbox logo button on the controller then press the sync on the controller Good luck
This may be the problem with the WYSE driver. Ensure that correct driver is intalled and colour profile is compitable. Syncmaster is auto detected by window based OS.the message "Sync out of range" comes due to improper out put video signal.
This may be a simple case of removing all the entire active sync directory.
If you used to connect via serial+com it wont be detected on usb.
Remove active sync from your pc via the add remove program feture, then reboot and re install.
Then run the make a connection again from active sync.
Hope this helps