Fan works, using single cable for HD and DVD,
all cables and wires appear to be in correct positions but maybe doing
something wrong because i can't get a bios start [ i can press power
button computer comes on, i can hold the button and computer turns off......trying to get bios so i can install o/s.....kindly help
Try this.. removed the bios chips on the motherboard ..try to was your motherborad w/ dishwashing liquid soap then blow dry the motherboard and let it dry for 1 day ..after 1 day put again the bios on your motherboard then try to turn on your motherboard and check if it has the power again..
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From looking at the back panel of the TV, the DTV input can be configured as a component video. The M-Link/DVI-HD port is also a DVI with HDCP port and maximum signal handled is 1080i. The M-Link should work with an HDMI to DVI cable or adapter. For this to work, the source must not be a computer or another device using the default computer video output (computers give RGB output). The DTV port would need an HDMI to Component video converter. See this page for some examples: http://www.hdtvsupply.com/hdtocoad.html . The first one in the list (for Netflix and Boxee among others) will give 1080i out if the source is set correctly.
Most DVI-HDMI cables are single link. I've seen some examples where DVI-I (single link) and DVI-D (dual link) cables are not interchangeable. If you have video problems, check your cable. An HDMI to DVI adapters will let you run an HDMI cable up to the TV and then converter at the TV as a separate connection.
If sound works with the DVD, it shows your TV is fine, there is just something wrong with the sound signal getting from your cable box to the TV.
There are a few options here.
1) If you are using a single coaxial cable to connect the TV to the cable box, you can either try another one, or try the 3 component cables.
2) If you are using the 3 component cables, you should have more than one input row to the TV... try an adjacent row
3) If that doesn't work for the 3 component cables, try a new set of component cables.
4) Check the sound settings on the cable box itself. Maybe resetting the cable box will get it to go through the initialization sequence to get the sound set up correctly
It sounds like you may have enabled the progressive scan output on your DVD-VHS combo. This is a correct setting if your TV support it. However most DVD players that support progressive scan will not support an interlaced signal and a progressive signal at the same time.
It would appear that you are using a composite type cable (3 RCA ends. 1 for video and 2 for audio) for this hook up. This means you have two choices.
#1 Look in the manual for the unit for the FACTORY Reset option. Its usually a combination of plugging the unit in while holding the power button or something similar to that. Without a model # I can't help any further with this option.
#2 Use a component video cable (3 RCA red/green/blue) to plug your DVD/VHS player into a compatible input on your HD TV. Your TV will pick up the progressive scan output from the unit and give you back your on screen display. At this point you can go back into the menu and disable progressive scan. And now just reverse the process to plug the DVD player back in using the composite cable.
It should be noted that if you have a progressive scan TV which HD TV's support you will get a better picture if you use the Component video cables instead of switching back to the composite cable. If you decide to use the component cables you will still need to run audio cables though.
New HD tv. Have digital cable box connected to tv., cable box connected to DVD recorder, but can't get setup menu to come up on tv screen. I had a similar problem. I have a HD tv connected to a digital cable box. I hooked up the DVD recorder with the wires it came with, but it would not play or give me the menu. However it was correctly hooked up. So the next day I connected a HDMI wire from the DVD recorder to the tv and everything works now.
When I hooked up my HD cable box using an HDMI cable, I had to go into the cable screen menus and select HDMI output. You may have to do something similar when using an S-video cable. Your DVD recorder doesn't seem to have an HDMI input, so you'll have to use the S-video or (worst case) composite video (red, white, yellow cords). Your cable box may also be scrambling the signal so that you can't record. That may be why you can record by bypassing the cable box.
there is no cable slot. the monitor is not a receiver. it has no tuner in it. it will need a signal from a tuner box. and that must be fed to the tv with an hdmi cable or a dvid cable for hd to work. see your manual for further information on cables. see your cable supplier for information on hd boxes available in your area. if you do not buy hd service, you will not get an hd signal. so you will see little difference from a non hd device. your dvd player may have hd capabilities, but will also need the same cable to deliver true hd signal. the good news is that its fixable by using the right equipment. good luck mark
just be sure... take out everything, except the the power cable and the little speaker. try to turn it on. there will beep sounds. if not, the problem is the board. if there's sound, check connections.
also tell me the model of it, if possible. after turning it on, check the power and hd leds, if they are on, or blinking.
check if hd and dvd are both jumpered as master. try removing both, just to try to get the bios working.
and one last thing, check it there's a intrusion jumper on board, if yes turn it off.