Question about Computers & Internet
OK, I think I've got this fixed for mine now. Go to the OSD menu, Video Input Controls, PiP Control, PiP Size, and select PiP OFF. I think I must have been getting noise on the composite video input that was causing the PiP field to display sometimes.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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