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it could be a problem with hard drive, try replacing it with a spare hd , if its still the same then maybe you could take out internal battery and put it back in ,even take out mem and put back in at same time of taking out internal battery ,it could help resolving the problems.
when yit says the "we apologize screen" try doin the "controle-alt-deleat" command. if that doesnt work, try pressing the escape key. if that Still doesnt work, try pressing the end key. my guess is that you were either looking at something you souldnt have been, or you clicked on an ad. Eitherway, it sounds like you got a nasty virus. if nothing else works........ reformat.
I believe that the "LIVE VIEW" shooting can only be done in Auto mode. Once in Auto mode, try pressing the SET button located to the right of the LCD screen. Once depressed, you should hear a quick click noise and see what the lens is seeing on the LCD screen. Click on it again and it should revert back to "viewfinder" mode.
The master convergence settings have to be close for the Autoconvergence to work. If they are not you need a technician to go into the service menu and adjust them.This is a long job and you can't do it yourself.
we had the same issue when we got ours back from repairer...we have extended warranty so sent it back to repairer but then heard it was not fixable. If it is under a year then go to sony - OR buy extended warranty!!!!!
Ours would not boot up at all and only recognised on tv at 520ps when we have a 1080 tv.
did you install the cd driver of your Hp psc 1410? if not insert the cd driver of your HP printer, after auto play goes click install driver, just follow the instruction on screen, then finish, remove the ink cartridge, check if ther a cover in the contact point of your cartridge, remove the seal,
Although you didn't list your operating system, I'm assuming it is Windows and offering a suggestion to clear up the issue based on that OS. Go to settings, and then to control panel. Once in control panel look for "power settings" and click on "custom". This will allow you to turn off all power saving modes by clicking "never" on when the screen is turned off or goes to sleep. If the issue is caused by the power saving mode, this will end the problem.