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No Gui I have tried with hdmi, component & composit but no luck. I don't know whats the problem & Yamaha suport is not the best. Is my Yamma broken or is there a solution to this? Maybe a factory reset if thats possible? I would be most greatful if someone could come up with a solution. Thanx / Kent

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  • keeej Jun 03, 2009

    It was a faulty video card......
    A new one is about 1200$!!!!!
    The reciver just past 3 years & Yamaha does'nt
    want to help me or give me any subs on a new 1.
    Maybe i just had some bad luck & until it broke
    down i was rely happy with it.
    This was probably my last product from Yamaha.

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Does the GIU show up on the receivers screen? if so, scroll thru the menu to Manual(right click)-Video(right click)-On screen(right click)-(should be set to "always") If still persistant, post a comment and I'll help you further. Hope this helps

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