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Assuming the DVD player has an HDMI port, run an HDMI cable from the DVD player to an available HDMI port on the TV. Let's say you have your TV service going to HDMI #1 on the TV, you can run the DVD to HDMI #2. When you want to watch a DVD, you must select the input/source on the TV remote to change it to HDMI 2(or whichever port you used). When ready to watch TV again, use the same button to change back to HDMI 1 (or whichever HDMI port you used for TV service). If you do not have an HDMI port on the DVD player, then you must use whatever type of connection it has and connect to the corresponding port(s) on your tv, Then follow same directions as above regarding choosing the input/source on the TV remote.
I think either a connect is not either seated fully in to the TV or that the TV itself is the problem. You should check the instructions of the TV and make certain you have the right sound set-up for devices connected to the TV. It will be under some menu on your TV. Also check that the DVD is outputing a sound signal that the TV can use.
It might not be anything your doing wrong, the wireless portion of the card may have just gone bad. you could check this out by reconnecting your old router back up to verify it works or doesn't. If it doesn't work your wireless in your laptop went bad presuming that the wireless was not deactivated on the laptop. if it does work the Vista Driver may be incompatible with the new router, you may be able to hook up both routers at the same time which would allow you to keep using your HP system.
i think problem lies not with video card but with program which you are using. most probably you have too many programs loading on startup, vista is an os from hell and is not handling priorites very well, but try these solutions:
1. streamline your boot-up to only necessary programs, remove all auto-starting on boot-up like messenger, yahoo, adobe, skype, office and what else what you have, leave only and only what is necessary to run your computer. these program should start only and only when you need them! 2. run ccleaner or similar, remove all rubbish from your computer and streamline your registry as well 3. use "decent" and lightweight video/dvd player, one of the better ones will be free vlc player 4. if you have less than 2gb ram, increase your ram to 2gb 5. if you can afford, upgrade to win7 of same "flavour" as your current vista...
i actually on my own computers disable screen saver when i am watching movies, some savers are very intrusive.
What you really need is more bandwidth on the connection from the DSL or Cable modem. Based on the information you provided, you are downloading lots of information and most home connections don't have the bandwidth to support it.
Sounds like a netfilx service your using? Yes the laptop will need to be connected to the TV, Now if you want to save to pvr I would suggest you get a ROKU box www.roku.com there about 100 bucks wit hthis you can save to a tivo and more!
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Actually, VISTA ultimate comes with proper license keys for certain series of laptops only. And i'm sure the DVD which you have is for only "Dell Precission M90 Notebook"... so please do not try same DVD on another laptops... use recommended DVD or operating systems only
Well you can rip your DVD to any external drive using and third party DVD ripping software ,once you do that you will get a AVI,MPEG and any common fomats your DVD player supports
Inorder to play those files in your DVD player ,you need the check whether your DVD has a USB input port or else if you laptop or computer has a S-video out put and your TV has S-Video input ;you can play directly from your laptop/computer to the TV using a S-video Cable which is available in any Computer shop.
I hope this helps