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I have some annoying boxes on the left border of the picture. They say things LCDTV and HDMI 4 and Touch of Color. How do I get rid of them?

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You may want to try unplugging the set for about 10 seconds. If that doesn't work, in the menu there is a selection to turn the boot logo off if it is on, and that may help. You can also do a software upgrade if it has been updated. Seems like pressing the "exit" button on the remote would have removed the boxes for you.

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SOURCE: gray borders on the HD channels

Have you tried to change the screen size? To do that press the "Psize" button on the remote till you find what you need.

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Yes go to the picture settings on the menu and turn on full screen, etc...
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Sort: Oldest first ' Newest first Showing 1-25 of 29 posts in this discussion Initial post: Mar 2, 2011 8:35:31 AM PST Andrea Solek says: I was in the midst of organizing my newly purchased books on my kindle yesterday when I accidentally removed one. It was a freebie, thank God. But when I went to re-"purchase" it, Amazon tells me I already own it.

Is there a way to recapture the lost book back on to my kindle? Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
1 of 1 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:36:22 AM PST ShirleyKat says: Look in your archived items (Home, Menu, View archived items). Just click and it will be back soon. Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
6 of 7 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No Posted on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:02 AM PST J. Harnden says: Sure, go to your archive folder on your Kindle and click on the book you deleted and it will re download it back to your kindle :) Reply to this post Permalink ' Report abuse
3 of 4 people think this post adds to the discussion. Do you? Yes No In reply to an earlier post on Mar 2, 2011 8:37:29 AM PST M. Francis Professor of Kindology says: It should show up under archived items on your home page. Be sure your wireless connection is on, then just click the title under archives.

Or, you can go to Manage Your Kindle right here. Scroll down to the list of books you've bought. When you get to the title, you'll see where you can re-send the book to your Kindle. Reply to this post

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How to Format an HP Recovery DriveThe HP Recovery Drive is a partition HP puts on its hard drives for use in case the primary partition becomes corrupt or unusable. The recovery partition contains system files and the ability to boot and repair, format and reinstall the operating system if needed. For those who prefer recovery disks or who don't feel the need for the insurance of the HP Recovery drive, it can be formatted by following the steps below.


Instructions1 Open Disk Management by Right Clicking "My Computer" and selecting "Manage."
2 Click on "Storage" and "Disk Management."
3 Find the Recovery Drive partition. There are usually two partitions: the "C: partition" and the "HP_RECOVERY D: partition."

4 Right-click on "HP_RECOVERY D:" and select "Format."
5 Choose the File system and Allocation Unit Size and click "OK." The HP Recovery Drive partition will format and be available for your specified use

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Here is a real world example on Fixya.com of some one having a problem getting drivers:

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I need drivers for my FC GIGABYTE 8vm533m-rz motherboad

That is a some what a perfect question, the brand has been given and the motherboard modal number has also been given, so finding the drivers will be a peace of cake !

First of all, always go to the makers brand website, in this case we would go to Gigabyte's official website located here

Next, go to support & downloads;
Then copy and paste the motherboard modal number ( in this case is 8vm533m-rz )
From there we can get the drivers, located : HERE
locate the bios update: HERE
and that crucial mobo manual we all seem to lose: HERE

And that's the very basics, the same method would be used for every motherboard. Mostly all manufactures are happy to provide the drivers and support software on there websites.

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HOW TO GET A FULL PICTURE WITH OUT BORDERS ON EACH SIDE


It depends what you're watching: For regular TV, cable, satellite and DVD then you just need to use the Aspect ratio button. It is the PIX SHAPE button. Make sure all your source boxes have their picture menus set for a 16:9 (widescreen) TV.

If you are watching Blu-ray, then the situation is different. Blu-ray expects that you have a 16:9 TV. If you use a Blu-ray player to watch a DVD, and that DVD is an older 4:3 shape movie, then you'll be stuck with the bars left and right. It's the player that formats the picture in that way. There's nothing you can do with the TV controls because they'll be locked to 16:9 mode.


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Nokia life timer is a counter that keeps track of the Total call time of your phone. It will show how much the phone has been used, and it?s the best thing to check if you?re planning to buy a used Nokia Mobile.
To see the Total Call Time or the life timer counter, On the standby screen type the following code *#92702689# (Easy way to remember this is ? *#war0anty#). And it will pop up a message that shows the life timer in hours and minutes.

Here is a detailed procedure to make this life timer zero.


REQUIREMENTS:
The following files are required to reset the life timer:
  1. Nemesis service suite link: Download from Here
  2. lifetimer.pm file: Download Here
PROCEDURE:
1. Download and Extract the lifetimer.pm file, and Download Nemesis Service Suite.

2. Install Nemesis Service Suite on your Computer, It won?t take much time.(select the first option)

3. Install Nokia Cable Drivers (No need to install, if you have Nokia PC Suite already installed)

4. Connect The Phone in ?PC Suite? Mode to the PC

5. Open Nemesis Service Software

6. Click on ?Scan for new Device? Button on Top right Corner 



7. It Will take a few seconds to scan, and it will load up the software interface after communicating with the Phone.

8. Click the ?Phone Info? Button.


9. On the Bottom, Select and open the ?Permanent Memory? Tab, which is next to the Fbus info.


10. Click the ?Write? button on Below right, and open the Extracted lifetimer.pm file on your PC. 


11. After the lifetimer.pm file is opened , it will immediately start writing it to the Phone?s EEPROM Area.




12. The Procedure will end when the progress bar reaches 20%. This is normal , and on the bottom right side, it will display its done.

13. Unplug the Phone, and Restart it.

14. After boot up, Check the life timer .


Note: This method has been tested on following devices: Nokia 6630, 6670, 6680, 5500 sport, 5700XM, 6110 Navigator, 6120 Classic, N70, N72, N73,N76, E50, E51, E61i, E65, N80, N91, N95, N95 8GB, 5800XM Mobile devices. If you want to try it on other S60v3 or S60v5 mobiles, do it at your own risk.


Caution:
  • Power Failure During Writing will cause damage to the Phone, And there is a chance that it might brick the phone as well.
  • Loose, worn out Data Cables Might fail the Writing process, and there are chances of damage to the EEPROM area of the phone.
  • Do not attempt this with phones that are not included in the confirmed list.
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Black border with some channels


Hi,
if you mean the left and right sides of screen, look for a button on remote might be labeled several things, like picture size, aspect etc.. the borders pop up when you go to a non high def channel. some chs put borders all around the picture in those cases you won't be able to get rid of those.

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