Question about Televison & Video
Ok, sounds like a similar problem I was helping someone else out with. Found out he wasn't using component cables or an HDMI connection for video, he was using RCA cables for video. Sounds like since the player isn't outputting the proper signal (720/1080) your player will not function properly. Try connecting your video via a set of component cables (red/green/blue) or an HDMI connection.
These new HD-DVD players are basicly computers, they have an OS, a hard drive, and dedicated memory, hence the long loading time. If certain requirements aren't met for playback, they will not function properly. I have a Toshiba HD-A3, it also takes awhile to load, I can press the eject button while it's loading and nothing will happen, due to the fact that it's not fully loaded yet.
That is what leaves me to believe it is a connection problem. I will post again if I find this to be true, I'm currently waiting on the guy to get back to me.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
Try pressing DISPLAY 902 DISPLAY.
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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