Question about Hitachi DMP-7 MP3 Player
I have a HItachi DMP200N 2GB model MP3 player. Recently, after full recharging through the mains the screen showed a message something like Flash Error backup data and reinstall I think . So I attached it to my computer using the USB device to look at my data. However, the computer did not acknowledge this connection. So as a second measure, I tried to reset the MP3 player by pressing the reset button on it. However, since then it has completely switched off. Don't know what to do!
SOURCE: Presentation mode is off...
You cannot hook up a PC & Projector with just a USB cable , you have to use a VGA cable for signal ( picture )
The USB cable is just to use the scroll up or down function from the standard remote controll when doing a presentation.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
here is your complete solution for your dvd cam
You will need pc drivers in order to use dvd cam
Download from the link below
Use the link below to download the manual or guide which help you in transfering data from dvd to pc
Guide for transfering data to pc
Utilizing a USB computer connection and Hitachi's optional PC Editing Kit Software (DZ-WINPC3W), the DVD camcorders become external DVD home movie drives. Video can be transferred from the DVD camcorder to the PC for editing. After editing, the video can be transferred back to the DVD camcorder and recorded. This is where the strength of Hitachi's multi-format DVD camcorders gives consumers an unprecedented capability: 1. Record video utilizing the rewrite-able DVD-RAM format
2. Transfer the footage to the PC
3. Edit the footage on the PC
4. Transfer the footage back to the DVD camcorder and record it onto DVD-R for compatibility with most DVD players
Or if available, the video can be transferred by placing the disc into a PC's 4.7G byte DVD-RAM or DVD-ROM3 drive.
Editing steps to note:
Getting your Hitachi DVD ram vro to video cd or dvd! *note just changing the vro file to mpg does not work, what happens is you only see the 1st segment of your recordings. I went through insane amounts of hell figuring all of this out. The below method to my knowledge is the only way to do it without going insane!
Only Two Programs Needed:
Basic steps are here, let me know if you need more detail:
-Copy your .vro file to your hard drive
-load the vro file directly into dvd2avi
-do a save project (that will create 2 small files)
-close dvd2avi, you're done with it now
-now open tmpgenc
-load the video portion of your dvd2avi project (the d2v file)
-load your audio portion of your dvd2avi project (the other one)
-you're set! just output the file to svcd or whatever you like!
-need to edit the file? use tmpgenc mpeg tools and segment the clips you want, then merge them back together as 1 mpeg, it works great and no need for re-encoding!
if you still need more help regarding software for editing,here is the link
Thanks and Regard
link to know more about your cam
Posted on May 18, 2008
Ok,Download software for recover your data from Memory Card, Phone, HDD or any other Storage Device ----
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Note- this software is works only with windows operating system so, connect your Memory Card, Phone, HDD or any other Storage Device to computer to recover data.
For any other help contact me.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
SOURCE: Hitachi CPS860 LCD Projector
Turn On. Press RESET switch for 3 or more seconds until a lamp and 2000 message appears in the middle of the bottom of the screen. Press RESET again and this message will expand to include cant remember then press arrows left arrow and the 2000 will reset to 0. If the first press does not immediately provide a message press it for longer and expect to see message on release. As mentioned you have to be quick otherwise the menu dissapears. If this happens just do it again until you get it completed.
Thanks to the previous reply.
This works it has just been done on a CPX960 without bulb replacement. SO
Dont replace the fuckin thing till it needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: sata HDD very slow
Dear friend you need a sata board to get maximum speed of sata driver connect it directly to motherboard sata jack converter does not give full sata speed
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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