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Having problems gettin sky channels through archos i get to setting infrared settings and can not get code.dont know wether to connect dvr t the tv or the sky box


Remove the DVR station from the box, and attach the DVR adapter plate (found in the
DEVICE box); it is correctly attached when it clicks on.
-Take the Black Audio/video Marked "output" cable, and insert the connections into the corresponding coloured sockets, yellow>yellow, green> green etc. Make sure they are
inserted into the TOP row on the back of the DVR Station "Marked Out". The remaining
black connector should be plugged into the SW socket, which can be found underneath
the orange socket on the back of the DVR station. (If after setting up your ARCHOS the
picture is very green remove the black cable from the SW socket)
-Plug the SCART connector into the SCART socket on your TV set. These are usually
marked AV1, AV2, or Ext 1, Ext 2, L1, L2, Line in 1, Line in 2, Aux 1, Aux 2, make sure you
select the corresponding channel above (ie AV1 AV2 etc) on your TV set when you turn on
the TV.
-Attach the UK plug adapter to the Mains charger, and plug the charger into the DC-In
socket on the back right of the DVR station. Turn the mains on at the socket.
-Insert the powered off ARCHOS unit onto the DVR station, the unit will now power on,
and ask if you want to 'Switch to TV out', select 'Okay'. The 'TV output configuration' set
up will load up. Select 'Okay'.
-TV connection: When your DEVICE is connected to the optional DVR Station you need to
select the type of video output (Composite, S-video, component, RGB, HDMI etc), based
on how you have connected the DVR Station to your TV and what possibilities your TV will
allow. For the cables supplied and the instructions aboce you will need to select either
RGB or Composite. Use the arrows to go through the options and select either RGB or
Composite.
-TV Standard: this should be set to PAL (Europe). Select 'Next'.
-Now you need to test the settings, select 'Okay', the ARCHOS home screen should now
be visible on your TV set. If you have nothing showing on your TV, scroll through the
AV/Ext channels, the channel will correspond to the AV/Ext socket you connected the
cable to on your TV set. Use the ARCHOS remote to select 'Okay'; you have now set up
the output connection settings for your DVR station.
-You may need to adjust your output from the ARCHOS to match your TV, from the "TV
Format" options. Use the arrows on the ARCHOS remote to select the format of your TV
screen, so the ARCHOS unit outputs the correct picture size (ie 4:3 / 16:9 etc). Use the
arrows on the remote to select 'Next'.

Dec 24, 2010 | Archos 605 WiFi Digital Media Player

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Hi my computer motherboard asrock k7vt4a pro haveing problem in starting. few days ago i change disket station and instaal new disket station. an i clean dust from prosser coolling system. and i start my...


Check wether the processor cooler is still working. If it isn't , I can help you get a new one.
If it is, rmove the disket station, see if tht helps. If you can then boot, first install the drivers for the station I can help find them), if there are any, then build it back in.
If that doesn't help either, take out again, update your BIOS (I can also help with that) and build it back in.
Let me know what happened soon,
Yannick.

Dec 08, 2009 | Asrock K7VT4A-Pro Motherboard

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Unable to perform bluetooth operation


check wether your blutooth is on and also check wether other devices are in range of below 10 meters thats all else check wether you are using any applications releted to blutooth at the same time if you try to send something else re-start the phone and try again

Oct 20, 2009 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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I amm trying to find out wether or not Chrysler is putting a "build sheet" under the back seat....like they did back in the '70's and '80's at least.


there is no guarantee that a build sheet was put under the seat even in the 70's/80's, yes u could get lucky and many times it was there, but in the case of your car and in fact any other car built since the 90's they don't use build sheets anymore, it is all on a screen at every work station of the assembly line and on bar codes, no paper sheet is used, you can go to the dealer and they can run the VIN and get most all the info u will need, the rest of the info is on tags on all the major components.

Oct 18, 2009 | Chrysler Sebring Cars & Trucks

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Digital or not


Sory to say that this set DOES NOT have the digital tuner required for over-air digital broadcasts. IT does have a digital tuner but only for cable and analog over-air stations. You would only be effected by the chagneover if you uise rabbit ears or a rooftop antenna. If you have cable or satelite or any other subscription TV service, you will not be effected.

Dan

Sep 24, 2008 | Emerson EWF2004 20" TV

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No sound coming for speakers volumes all up


Hi
check wether the sound icon is ticked in to mute in the system tray(seen on the right side of the screen)check wether you have installed the correct device driver for it .Check wether you have inserted the jack correctly in the green one.If not check another working speaker in the same computer.

Jyo

Jul 05, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Phone wont charge


if u r machnanich open handset and put jump waire between charging tip to fuse`s next point , or if u r not repairer go to servise station or that shop from where u purchese it

Aug 31, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone

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