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When i put my Fieldcrest Armoire together the base connected fairly easily to the other 3 pieces. Are you sure that you followed the instructions very carefully and haven't mistakenly mixed up some of the wooden pieces? I would re-read the instruction manual very carefully again and if you are sure you've followed the correct steps, you can contact the place where you bought it as maybe they gave you a wrong piece. Good luck.
You need to connect your PC to either your TV or your receiver. Also, if you have XBox, you can watch Netflix through it (thought I'd suggest, just in case).
Take your PC (or take a photo of your available outputs from your PC) and a photo of your available inputs (on your TV or receiver) to Best Buy or similar computer store. They can help you learn which connections you need.
Most likely you'll need a DVI to HDMI cable for video, and maybe a separate audio cable from your headphone connection on your PC to your TV (or receiver). You'll only need a separate cable for audio if your HDMI input on your TV does not support audio.
I am going through this same problem with my TV connecting Apple TV. I am checking now whether my old rear projection tv's HDMI input supports audio (same as yours). I've connected Apple TV to my rear projection TV. I have video, but no sound. Either my TV doesn't support HDMI audio, or I need to change a setting on the TV to enable that sound to work. If the TV does not support HDMI audio, I will need to connect Apple TV directly to my receiver via a digital optical cable for sound.
There isn't a manual available for it, as it is an OEM motherboard in pre-built PCs BUT I've the same motherboard in a Packard Bell iMedia J2422 (now in a BitFenix Colossus case!). You connect the power to the bottom left, reset top left, h.d.d led top right, power led bottom right into the Front Headers (F_Panel) - which is located on the bottom right hand-side of the motherboard. My board has writing underneath the header telling you what connects where, maybe yours does too? Hope I've helped.
This is how the connection is suppose to be, DVR "OUT", to TV "IN" using the RCA plugs, then press AV on the TV. If this is how you connected it, then maybe there is something wrong with the video wire (Yellow).
As for the DVD, you need to connect an Audio wire separately because the component Red + Green + Blue wire only stands for video. Audio is Red and White, this must be connected for you to get sound from the DVD.
To connect the Audio for your DVD player, connect Red and White wire to Audio "OUT" of your DVD player, to "AUX" in of your AVR 146 receiver, then select AUX on your receiver and sound will come out from your DVD through the receiver.
I hope this is not complicated for you. This connection is simple, all you need is to understand the basics which is OUT and IN. If you want to watch DVD on your TV, this means the DVD will be good OUT to IN of the DVD. The same goes for audio.
If you don't understand, please let me know so that I can direct you further.
OK, this is for all the idiots who reply and offer NOTHING. You need more info, model and ver? HE ALREADY GAVE ALL THAT INFO.
Type "M848A v5" in google and you will see it is a PCChips mobo AND the manual is here:
BUT the manual DOES NOT HAVE THE PIN-OUT, so the manual is worthless...
Here is the pin-out:
...and thanks to guntotenmadm
"""Aug 28, 2009 - The pin layout on the MB
are color coded. There is green, orange, pink, and blue. I'll start
with the green pins 2 and 4 these are for the power led wires, bottom
pin #2 is the + pin (your green wire). Pin #4 is - (your white wire).
Now the orange pins, pins 1 and 3 these are for the HDD led. The bottom pin #1 is the HDD + pin (your red wire). Pin #3 is the HDD
- (your white wire). Now the pink pins, 6 and 8 these are for the power
switch. Pin #6 is the + pin (your orange wire). Pin #8 is the - pin
(your white wire). Now the blue pins, 5 and 7 these are for the reset
switch. Pin #5 is the - (your white wire). Pin #7 is the + (your blue
Is the cmos clear jumper in the wrong position? if it is it will drain the battery and mess up the clock, You may have to flash the eeprom with a newer version BIOS obtainable from the manufacturer, check their website on this to see if it is a known issue ( I have seen this on multiple other manufacturers main boards). If this isnt it it is possible you have a bad clock chip