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Vaio tv wont work

Cable is hooked up. I get no picture . I keep getting error messages like Gigabite data base damaged and tvsetup-fail start service()function(0x80070422) . I go to the control pannel and click tv setup and nothing happens ??

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Mate the only thing i can think of is the graphics card in your computer is not able to run with the tv its not big enough perhaps,or it doesnt support the feature

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To illustrate the above scenario, consider a practical case the below error message pops up when you attempt to boot your system:

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As the above error message appears at the time of booting the system, you wont be able to access the data saved in the hard drive.

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Have you tried swapping through the sources? I find with one of the TVs we have on display at work that any time I'm having some troubles with it I will change the source from PC to something else, then back to PC.

If that doesn't work then I'd suggest you try reseting the sound settings back to factory default. The instructions are on page 45 of the TV manual. From the TV menu select "Sound", then "Sound Reset", then either "Reset All" or "Reset Sound Mode". I would suggest reseting all.

Last option would be to try using the headphone jack in the side of the TV, though this is a last resort kind of thing since you would have to unplug it every time you wanted to use the cable box.

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