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What remote control works for a powerspec tv


I am not familar with powerspec tv, but logitech makes programable remotes that can control many different components. check thier web site for info on the remotes and you can ask them if it will work.

Aug 06, 2014 | Televison & Video

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Power spec 6342


WinBook PowerSpec 6342 Specifications The specs for PowerSpec 6342 comes in these configurations with a retail price tag. The configuration WinBook provides comes with a 3.06GHz Intel Celeron D 346 n/a Serial ATA, Ultra ATA/133 PCI/AGP 160.0 GB Windows XP Home SP2, S3 Graphics Unichrome PRO 128 MB DDR 128 MB DDR (shared).

This WinBook Computer can take up to 2.0 GB ram, with a fixed amount of 512 MB (removable) installed PC3200 DDR SDRAM DIMMs.

This full-featured mainstream Computer enhances the previous generation WinBook models with the chipsets and new levels of customization. Get the best experience on your WinBook PowerSpec 6342 Computer with improved performance, make it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite items.



The specs of Computer shows full configuration information. The PowerSpec 6342 is designed for users who require maximum performance in a mainstream Computer. Even with its form factor design, the PowerSpec 6342 doesn't skimp on performance offering the ideal blend of power and efficiency.The PowerSpec 6342 is sure to leave a lasting impression with its easy to use and slim design. Located on the side of the unit, the modular bay's innovative latch is designed for easy insertion and removal of the various module options.

The PowerSpec 6342 Computer only supports 3.06GHz Intel Celeron D 346. The PowerSpec 6342 features two on-board data caches for transferring information to and from the processor. These caches are known as the L1 and L2 caches. The PowerSpec 6342 L1 cache is 64 kilobytes in size, while its L2 cache is rated at either one or two megabytes.

When you have a clear idea of which Computer best suits your needs, check for its specifications. As the PowerSpec 6342 is supported by WinBook, check if the Computer has full support and warranties by its manufacturer, like PowerSpec 6342 specs you will have lots of options from the Computer manufacturer to choose from, like the Computer processor, Computer RAM, its graphics capacity, Computer display options and specs, and other features that the Computer provides. You should have an idea on what specs you want from your Computer and what specs you do not want on your Computer, deciding on Computer specs may be difficult task to do but like the PowerSpec 6342 specs have, it's essential to selecting a Computer you need at a price tag that it deserves and that you can afford.

Here is a sample PowerSpec 6342 Computer specification if you want an initial guide to buy a Computer. More or else, these are the specs factors often that you should take into consideration before you purchase a particular type of Computer. To help you navigate around the hassles of buying a Computer, we have the standard specifications for most home and small business users.

Jun 11, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Manual for Powerspec Computer V100


Hi. Your mainboard is an ECS 945G-M3

Here is the manual for the mainboard:
http://download.ecsusa.com/dlfileecs/manual/mb/eng/p4/945G-M3%20(3.0).zip

And the mainboard manufacturer website:
http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?CategoryID=1&DetailID=680&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=1&LanID=0

If you want info about the Tower in general hare is a link to the V100 page on the Powerspec website that will tell you about the components they used to build the system:
http://www.powerspec.com/systems/archives/system_archive.phtml?selection=V100

Hope this helps... Dale

Apr 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I was going to take the outside cover off of my powerspec v220 pc, took off four screws, but it still doesnt want to come off. i see rivets.


It shoul slide to the rear, or there will be a side lock mechanism on the back. I there is a curves lip at he reaer of the panel, grab it and pull back

Dec 11, 2010 | Micro Electronics PowerSpec 7840 PC...

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My 30" PowerSpec LCD TV won't turn on. I've tried the factory reset and unplugging it, but nothing worked. All I see is a little yellow light on the lower right-hand corner of the frame. Is there anything...


I had the same problem it's the power it switches on is off and off is on I had to plug and unplug it from the back and shock the television until it remained off than you can turn the tv on and you'll get a picture.

May 29, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Powerspec 6342 won't turn on


probably have a power supply or motherboard that is dead

Apr 08, 2010 | Micro Electronics PowerSpec 7805 PC...

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I have a 30" Powerspec LCD TV and am having trouble adjusting the color. Built by Tatung? Help


Hello

I am am having a lot of trouble finding good setting for your TV or a similar model made by the same company. I got a few things to ask. Do you have any pixar dvd's or blu-ray's? some DVD's have a easy calibration guide right in the disk that works well enough to get a decent picture. There are even several games out there with them.

I did get a little info that may help. You can do a full factory reset by doing the following:

1. Turn the PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor OFF with the Power button on the top of the unit.
2. Press and hold the Channel + button, then press and release the Power button.
3. Your PowerSpec LCD TV/Monitor will now be returned to the factory default settings.

This can help if you get the setting out of wack. Send me a message if you have any of the calibration items. There is also several disks you can pay for such as:

Digital Video Essentials
(blu-ray,dvd or even hddvd) is a good one and I have heard nothing but good things about it.

Monster calibration wizard is another.

There are several more but the only I can recommend Digital Video Essentials

Send me a message and let me know if you have any of these items.

Hope I helped

Mar 19, 2010 | Televison & Video

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PowerSpec 6245: get logo screen and freezes. no


i think your system facing hang problem .plz check out your pc with any technical person.

Jan 22, 2010 | Micro Electronics PowerSpec 7320 PC...

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I have Powerspec tv , after turning on the TV ,no pictures after a second?


> if you have set top box ,go to main menu ,check on restore factory settings ,put in default password 0000 and press ok,restarting the set top box automatically,waiting for some minutes. 
 
restarting starts scanning all channels one by one and put them on their respective location in channel store.
 
now ,enjoy with all channels.
 
> same process is done with tv if u have't any set top box ,only RF input from ur cable operator.

> Check the connecting cables like RF-cable,Audio-Video cable ,Power cable and others are properly arranged and connected with their proper plug & ports and sockets.

Now ur problem will be solved. Bi.....

Nov 29, 2009 | Winbook Corporation PowerSpec MCE 410 PC...

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Powerspec PC 7114, will not powerup by pressing the on button on front of unit?


Do you have a toggle switch on the power supply at the back of the unit? You may have inadvertently turned it off, try toggling it in the other direction.
If that does not work, you may have a dead powersupply or even a dead connection to your on/off button on thee front of the case.

Mar 09, 2009 | Winbook Corporation PowerSpec MCE 410 PC...

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