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I just got this tv and its not new it vas given to me so i asumed somting was wrong wtih it so evry thing works fine but the sond some time scrablems and turns of the sound and the picture is still on if i put my headphones in the mini jack of the tv the sond is on if a smack the back of the tv is stays on for a min or 2 usualy takes 10 or 15 mins to get rid of this so can anybody help me fix this
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if this is a desktop: Did you check the power supply? try to replace it with a new one
Laptop: Try to run the machine without the battery plugged in....straight with the adapter....If the laptop still restarts...it's a manufacturing defect which should be replaced by the OEM.
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
You don't need to take it all apart to get at the heat sink.
Take the strip off under the display (slides too the left to unlock) remove the keyboard. You will see a metal plate that covers the fan. (the fan is fixed too this plate. Remove the plate and the heat sink is underneath. You will probably find the fins are packed with lint. If you take the heat sink out be careful of the display cable that is bent around it and regrease the cpu when you replace it.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
That, & most, earphone sockets, simply doesn't have enough "Current" or signal voltage to drive your TV set's audio in Amplifier. You need to get a Pre-Amp, to amplify the signal, up to a level that can be used by the TV. So you need to purchase, or build from a kit, a small stereo pre-amp and insert it between your laptop & TV audio In.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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Go into "Control Panel", sellect "Power Options" and change the "Stand by" settings. Disable Standby , Hibernation, Sleep and Screen turn of settings
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
SOURCE: cant get any sound on tv
The only computer (or laptop) connection that carries both video and sound is HDMI. If you do not have a HDMI/DVI connector on the back of your computer, then you will have to use the VGA-composite or s-video connectors to display your PC's output on an external monitor like an LCD TV.
On both my HP and Dell laptops the display settings (Start/Control Panel/Personalize/Display Settings) allow two modes - single or dual monitor mode. Single monitor mode allows me to switch between any one of three possible video outputs - VGA-composite, S-Video or laptop screen, or a split-desktop (display spread over two separate monitors). Dual monitor mode allows the same display on any two of three possible video outputs.
Switching is performed using the fn keys on the keyboard (fn key plus the F2, F8, etc. function key with the display marking). You guys use single monitor mode until you figure out what your are doing. Select VGA-composite or S-Video.
Non-HDMI sound to your TV monitor or sound system must be obtained from your laptop's Headphone or S/PDIF jacks. Headphone is stereo and S/PDIF is 5.1 surround sound. Headphone is electrical, but S/PDIF may be electrical or optical (laser light). You must set the sound jack that you intend to use as the default on the PC control panel (Start/Control Panel/Sound).
None of these connectors is two-way in the context of an LCD monitor - your PC cannot record a TV picture or sound from the external monitor. To accomplish this you must purchase a video converter box that converts cable TV or video + sound inputs to USB format usable by your laptop. Do this and you can turn your laptop into a Tivo recorder/DVD burner using Beyond TV, Sage TV or a variety of other software packages.
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Posted on May 09, 2010
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