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First, change the batteries on the remote with e new set of batteries. Check to see if you can bring up the menu using the buttons on the TV itself. Let me know what happens
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Check for mechanical binding or lack of lubrication. If the circuit breakers have been tripping for some time they will become fatigued and will need to be replaced because they will start tripping at a lower current that they are rated for.
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the problem is either u have trash in the bowl of the carb or the float in the carb is stuck. either way u need to have someone look at it.
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The camcorder was connected to one of my PC's 2 front-panel FW jacks. These are split off of a single internal FW connector on a FW/USB2 PCI card. When I connected the camcorder to the single rear FW jack, it worked. The PC
recognized the camcorder, and never lost recognition of it, unlike with the front-panel jacks, where it was recognized, but then was lost within seconds. I'm guessing that either the front-panel jacks are not working properly, there's a loose or weak connection somewhere, or splitting the single internal FW connector in 2 weakens the signal to the point where the
PC won't consistently recognize some FW devices.
In any case, I was able to capture my first 2 hour tape w/o a hitch. 1 down,
29 to go... ;-)
This was their problem goes back to 2005
I'm trying to digitize videos from some old Hi8 tapes onto my PC using the A/D pass-through ability of a Sony DCR-TRV310 Digital8 camcorder that I borrowed. I tried this on my office XP Pro PC today with a standard 6-4 pin Firewire cable, and it worked fine using Microsoft Movie Maker (the latest
version on SP2). But when I tried to do this on my home PC (also XP Pro and running SP2), it only recognized the camcorder for a few seconds, then it disappeared from Device Manager.
Is there any reason this is happening? I went to the Sony site to see if I needed to download newer drivers, but there aren't any for this camcorder. I tried another FW cable, but that didn't help. Asking Device Manager to scan for new hardware doesn't help. I'm kind of stumped here. This worked on one
PC (as well as an OSX iMac), but not another PC.
Oct 09, 2007 | Sony Handycam DCR-TRV310 Digital Camcorder
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