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Re: Unable to watch TV programs without the TV freezing...
Unless the high pitched buzzing noise is louder than you can stand, then it is normal, it is the backlighting making that noise, normally a program drowns out that noise entirely. Check to make sure all TV cables are correctly plugged in by unplugging all other connection cables, such as the computer and console cables.
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Many if not all providers charge you for a set maximum number of active connections to their service. If for instance you are recording something and also are watching 4 TV's in your home and are paying for 4 TV's, it will tell you to turn something off because you are trying to use 5 connections.
It sounds like bad luck to me. You cannot change any settings on a TV by connecting a computer to it. In theory you can damage any monitor by setting the screen resolution of the computer higher than the monitors maximum res. The Sharp 26" has a resolution of 1366 x 768 (1080i) so (again in theory and I have never seen it happen) if you set the output to 1920 x 1024 (HD - 1080p) it can kill the screen. Perhaps this is what has happened. You will need to take it to a Sharp service centre.
I think you have this listed in the wrong area, This is for TV sets, I understand your question but not my AOE, try the monitor area and also the computer area for attention from a expert in those areas.
The high rate of refresh on today's displays results in alot of heat. The fact that your system works for an hour or so before going goofy indicates that it is overheating. A fan directed to the back of the tv for heat disipation will usually do the trick. Also take off any of the decorations around the TV that might hinder airflow. That said, your tv should be able to withstand general application use without going "goofy". If you are still in your warranty period, I would have it looked at. Good luck
I have the same problem I can hear buzzing over the volume of the tv into the 30 range. I've had a tech out 3 times and he's coming out for a fourth. He's changed to power supplies and is bringing the 3rd next visit. From what I've read it has either to do with power supplies or grounding strips.