Just got this thing off ebay. turned it on, it found it's satelite,(Texas) allowed me to find some busineses then after playing with all the buttons like a little kid with a new toy, now when I go to enter an address it asks me to "enter the state", when I touch the screen it goes to a screen that says" NO matches found" I hit the back button then the letter chart comes up but when I push one button to enter a state it goes right back to the "no matches found" screen. I tried the reset button on the back. is there anyway to get this thing back to factory fresh or is there another button I don't know about? Thanks for your help. D.K
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
I do not have sharp manuals to reference - in general the TV sound - Variable vs Fixed just allows the set to control the volume output (variable) or Fixed will produce one level of output and your device (soundbar) volume control would adjust up or down from there. There is usually another location in the menu that allows you to turn off the TV speakers so they do not operate at the same time as your soundbar or other device. It should be simply Speaker ON / OFF. If you can locate this - you should be able to select it. If it is all greyed out - that means the TV believes based on the connections / setting / input selection - those cannot be changed. (you may try connecting the device and see if the greyed out menu items turn back white or are selectable. Sorry I don't have a specific answer - hope this helps
Without more information, I can tell you that you have a problem with your heater core. Check coolant levels and make sure you aren't low on coolant. If that isn't an issue, make sure your heater core isn't bypassed. In Texas, I see them bypassed instead of repaired because it hardly ever gets cold here. You could also have a dirty heater core that isn't allowing the heat transfer. The only other thing it could be is an issue with the temperature blend door/actuator. If it isn't opening properly to allow the warm air from the heater core to enter the ventilation system, you won't get hot air.
Some garmin satnavs allow you to save routes which have multiple destinations. The 265WT does not so the only way to set it for multiple destinations is to use via points. First press WHERE To and enter your last destination. Press GO and then while that is active pres MENU and WHERE TO again. Enter your second last destination and press GO. It will ask if you want this to be a new destination or a VIA point. Select VIA point. Continue to add other destinations in the same way with the destinations nearest to the end going in first and the closest to the start going last.
It's not ideal especially as it cannot be saved for future use but unfortunately for some strange reason Garmin do not include the option to store routes on all their satnavs.
No, they're not allowed, but I've found you can change it manually in the registry. Always be careful changing the registry. Mistakes can break Windows!
First, make sure the network share is mapped to a drive letter:
Open "My Computer".
Open the "Tools" menu and select "Map Network Drive...".
Select a drive letter (eg. "V:" for video), type the path to the network video folder (eg. "\\Server\Videos"), and press "OK".
You should now have a drive letter showing exactly what's in your network video folder.
Create a folder on the network share to receive the videos (eg. "V:\Everio MediaBrowser").
Next, modify the Everio MediaBrowser settings.
Open the Windows "Start" menu and press "Run...".
Type "regedit" and press "OK".
Navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ PIXELA\ Everio MediaBrowser\ IMXLIBRARY
Double-click the "SAVEPATH" entry, change the value to a path using the drive letter you created above (eg. "V:\Everio MediaBrowser"), and press "OK". This folder must exist, so create it if you haven't already
Select the "SAVEPATH2" entry and press "Delete". This prevents MediaBrowser from deciding a local drive is a better destination.
Close the program.
Now you can download video into the library on the network.
Plug in your camcorder.
Select "Playback on PC".
When MediaBrowser starts, press Backup at the bottom of the screen.
Select the volumes to backup and press "Next".
MediaBrowser should now say the destination is the network drive. Press "Next".
I have not attempted to import existing videos from a network share yet. That could be another challenge.
Most likely you are behind a Firewall / or preset Router Settings. If this is the PS3 version of the game, most likely its the router. Double check with the specs for Port forwarding online, and make sure the ports are open to allow you to play.
-GamePorts required open / Notes Call of Duty 3Source & Destination port 3074 allow outbound + inbound on UDP and TCP. -
CoD in most instances uses the same ports for all there games. This is the first thing I found after looking through Google search. Hope it helps.
After installing the printer software you need to program scanning software.
Below are the steps to program scanning software:
To program the Scan To button:
Select Start/Programs or All Programs (Windows XP)/HP/HP Laserjet 3050, 3052, 3055, 3390, 3392/Scan
Click the Setup to open the Scan To Setup Wizard. Select the Change the destinations that show up on the all-in-one control panel when I press the <Scan To> button and then click Next . Check the Allow me to scan by pressing the Scan To button on the all-in-one check box. Choose the destination by moving them from the PC window (the left window) to the All-in-one window (the right window). NOTE: The All-in-one window might contain items set up by other computers that are connected to the all-in-one. You cannot make changes to these items. Click Update . To Create a destinations: Follow steps 1-2 from the above steps. Select Create a new destination with settings that I will specify and then select Next . Select the Save it to my computer and then press Next . Select the scan preferences and then select Next . Select the scan destination folder and file format type and then select Next . NOTE: If you wish to use a custom folder for your scan destination, you will need to create the folder prior to this setup wizard in order to browse to it. Select the quality level you would like the file to be saved as. Name the new destination on the computer, check the Send this new destination to the all-in-one check box, and enter a name for the display on the all-in-one. Then select Next . Confirmation allows you to verify your settings. Select Save . Once the new destination has been saved, the new destination will be configured as one of the Scan To destinations on the printer.