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When first powering up the PC, the initial POST screen, normally at the bottom, will say press DEL to enter Setup. Depending upon the type of monitor you have, this can be gone before the monitor syncs up to the video. What you can do is start the PC, then slow tap the DEL key until setup appears.
Click start control panel,display,appearance color scheme you can change your colour scheme there also you can change other settings settings you can change the settings for more or less pixels or from the drop down list pick the appropriate level of color range
Hold down the PLAY/PAUSE button, until it does turn off.
Then, connect it to your computer, and start iTunes.
Turn it on, and use iTunes to "reset" the iPod, back to "factory" settings.
Then, SYNC it, to reload all your content.
actually there is no such fix available as mother board in complete has different component that works in sync and changing bios wont be of much help instead try compatibility chcek and update only the most needed hardware
Hi, my name is Alex and im here to help sort your problem out.
It sounds to me like you need to change the herts configuration of the monitor and also the resolution you have your monitor set to. It should be set by default to 60 herts. Also, the resolution is best set at 1024 x 768. To set these, you need to right click anywhere on the desktop and click properties
To change the reolution.
Click start, configuration, display. Slide the cursor until you display 1024 x 768
To change the herts.
Click start, configuration, display, advanced options, monitor and make sure it is set to 60 herts.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if you experience more problems.
Recent version's of the HOTSYNC app have a provision for IR transfers (older versions may not though). So you should check the HOTSYNC app on the Visor and see if it already has IR transfer abilities.
If it does:
Use the downarrow to specify the IR transfer on the Visor. Setup HOTSYNC on the computer to accept IR transfers. Line up the ports and tap the HOTSYNC button on the Visor's display.
If it doesn't:
You may be outta luck. Downloading an updated version of the HOTSYNC app (or some other utility) won't help because you'll need to Sync in order to get the app on the Visor.