Question about RCA Analog (RCA) to Digital (VGA) Converter for PC (displays TV image on PC) (AD01)
Moved to a new house. I have two TVs, two different brands. I do not own a converter box. We can still get channels, because we live in the sticks and get broadcast TV from a translator system that did not convert to digital. I am consistently getting a message on our TVs that our RCA converter box is shutting down due to inactivity. Picture goes for a couple of seconds and comes back on. The catch- there is NO BOX connected to either TV and never has been. This didn't happen before I moved. I am completely baffled, unless this is broadcast to all customers from the translator. Ideas??
You should check with the translator system. Sounds like it is on there end.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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