I just got at&t uverse installed in my home and on one of my TVs the only thing that shows up is a big blue screen with at&t's logo on it. My remote works but wont change the chanel. I need to know how to get the guide working
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You probably have a bad BLUE CRT. Due to the cost and the length of time it would take to repair, I would not invest the money into it. It would require a Qualified Service Person to come to your home and remove the BLUE CRT assembly and send it back to SONY to be rebuilt. Estimated cost would be around 800.00. I would check prices of a replacement set.
I hope this helps,
To use AT&T Uverse for a home network, you need to get the AT&T "Homeview" Network Management software. AT&T provided this software in the past freely.
This software must be run on each PC on your home network, and then each PC can see the others. You then use go to My Computer, select each disk drive you want to share, right-click and select Sharing and Security, and select to share the drive. Then go on the drive to the folders you want to share and right-click and set them to be shared. Then the Homeview system will show these are shared folders. You can also share printers on the same network using the Homeview software.
You may not need to replace the screen. All LCD screens, including the big TVs, need something called an "inverter" in order to light up. Usually, they start to go bad with intermittent "blue" screen, then a functioning screen, until finally you have just a blue screen. The inverters are relatively easy and inexpensive to replace, as opposed to the whole screen. Call HP support--they wil tell you how to determine whether this is the problem. Just be sure you don't throw the baby out with the bathwater.