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Video After watching about 1/2 hour on DVD, my picture disappears (screen says unusable signal) but audio is fine. I can't ever see an entire movie. Help!

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Re: Video

Bad video cable is first thing to check. The output is composite or progressive? need more info on your configuration to solve. It almost sounds like the IC for the video is heating-up.

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