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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sony Trinitron Tv
Stop by any TV repair shop in your area, and ask to borrow a used original Sony remote, they may require a small deposit; access the menu, perform your set up, then return it. Or you could buy a universal Sony remote from Walmart that should work just fine, for about. $7.00.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2007
Let me explain on how to connect the TV to HP notebook.
There are two ways to connect the TV to the notebook. One is with the S-Video cable and another one is HDMI cable. (If you computer had HDMI port)
Connecting notebook and TV with S-video cable:
You need to get the Svideo cable and connect it to the notebook Svideo port to TV Svideo port and press Fn+ F4 to get the notebook display on the TV.
For the first time pressing the Fn+F4 keys, you will get the display on the TV and there will be no display on the Notebook.
If you press the Fn+F4 for second time, you will get display back to the notebook and Tv screen becomes blank.
By pressing the same keys again will show the display on both the screen.
Samething connecting with the HDMI cable, if your computer had HDMI port.
If you won't get the display on the external screen even after following the correct process, then once you need to reinstall the display driver.
If the issue persists, then you have to check with another cable.
Note: No need to install any software on the notebook to connect the TV to the notebook.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
Just for the heck of it, check to see if the SAP setting is correct in the Audio selection menu. It should be set to Stereo.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
Sounds like a diode may have burnt up or if your really lucky it might just be the fuse.!!! You might want to get a secound opinion .But if you know what to look for , which is any component on the motherboard that appears as if had caught fire sader it out amd replace with exact same component which can be ubtained at radio shack.GOOD LUCK TOO YOU!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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