Not letting me choose certain options in my menu list
When acessing my menu options on my samsung dlp tv i am not allowed to select certain options like closed capitoning. other options i cannot choose are v-chip, despite this not being needed.
please help we have a deaf person in the house who really wants to know whats going on.
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Access the MENU features and select the OPTIONS menu. Scroll down to the INITIAL SETTING option. Select the SETTING MODE option and press ENTER. Step one should allow you to choose between IN STORE and HOME. Choose HOME, press ENTER,
The most likely cause is you've recently installed some hardware or software, and upon restarting, the computer didn't know how to handle it. Not to worry, there are several options that often solve this type of problem. Disconnect any hardware you recently installed, such as a sound card. It could be causing the issue. The hardware may be defective or your computer may not have the capability to use it. Start the computer and wait for the Desktop to show up. If the Desktop appears to be just seconds away from showing up but never does, hold down the Ctrl-Alt-Del key combination. In the menu that pops up, choose "Start Task Manager." Select any task you see in the "Application" tab and choose "End task." This may allow the computer to finish loading. Restart the computer if the problem persists. When starting, hold down the F8 key to get a list of startup options. Select the option for "Last Known Good Configuration." Let Windows boot up. If this doesn't work, restart and choose "Advanced Boot Menu" and then "Safe Mode." Let Windows load. If either solution works, go to the Control Panel and choose "Uninstall a program." Select the last thing you installed and choose "Uninstall." Attempt to repair Windows. This may be your last option if nothing else works. Insert the Windows DVD and restart the computer. When the computer restarts, press any key to boot from the DVD. At the first menu choose your language and country and click "Next." Choose the "Repair your computer" option. Use the recovery tools option and then "Startup Repair." If this doesn't work, repeat these steps and choose "System Restore" instead of "Startup Repair" and choose a date before you began experiencing the problem. Hope this helps b>
Fixed at AT&T store. Wow some one who knew what they were doing!!
Menu, Settings, Calls(5), General(1), Auto Reject(2), Reject List, Edit, Go to # rejected, Push Uncheck, Options, Save, Exit out!
jw8107 had what the manual said. Compleatly wrong.
Check the port in which it is connected. If on HDMI2, select this from the Input selector on the remote. If this fails, or it is no longer listed, try plugging into another HDMI port. You can program the inputs as well from the tv remote. Go to Menu and find Inputs and select the desired input location and you can also name each input. Follow up if this helped or did not.
Yes, open phone and select menu ( top right hand corner).
Then select the Address Book Icon.
Then select Option 5 (Reject List)
Once you have selected the Reject List, select options which will drop down a new list of options in which option 2 is to add new #'s to your Reject List.
In the Settings menu, select Phone profiles and press.
You will be presented with a list of phone profiles for different situations and environments. The one you're currently using will be ticked. Highlight the one you want to use and press the Edit button at the bottom of the display.
You are taken into the profile settings. At the top of the list you'll notice three tab icons - these represent (from left to right), ringtone, message alert, and keypad sounds. You can switch between settings for these by tapping one of the tabs.
Tap the message alert tab (in the top centre of the display). A set of message alert settings appears. You can change the Message alert type, if you want to, by tapping the panel and choosing the appropriate option.
To change the Message alert tone, press the Message alert tone panel. In the menu that appears, press Change. Then choose one of the options Use effect tone (one of Samsung's pre-loaded effects) or Use my alert tone (allowing you to choose from your own sounds). In this example, press Use my alert tone.
Press the Sounds option (Figure 16). In a similar way as changing ringtones (above) you now have the choice of choosing from your Music files,Ringtones that are loaded onto the phone, or My voice clips. In our example, we'll again choose a file from our Music folder.
Press the Music option. A list of suitable MP3 tracks appears. Tap the one you want in order to highlight it.
Press Options, then tap on the Select menu option to install it as your message alert.
You are now taken back to the Normal profile settings, where the Message alert tone has changed. To save this change, press Options and then Save. Alternatively, press Back and you will be asked whether you want to Save? Press Yes.