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Alot of DVD players wont play jpeg files try saving the pics as a gif or other type of file to see if the DVD player will play them

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I need a free video with a convergence grid !! to fix my convergence problem on my rear projection tv !!


If you have Windows XP or can download a simply movie making program, you can make one yourself. Here is an image for you to copy/save to your computer:

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Many CD burning programs can make Photo CDs also. Use it however, just get it onto the disc and put it in the DVD player. Pause the image so you can make your adjustments. Another source is Lucas Films. Many of his films (Star Wars) have adjustment / calibration images. I hope this was helpful, best wishes.

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Did you try a hard reset? unplug all the cords for 4 hours and then plug it back.This will restore the factory default settings.If this doesn't help then you will have to get it repaired since it is switching to protection mode to avoid any further damage to it.

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CAN I SHOW JPEG PHOTOS?


If you have burned them onto a disk, you can insert it into your dvd player or game console and show the pictures on your tv.

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Everyone is right. The manuals for both projection TVs and video games specifically warn against playing video games on these sets. The result can be "pattern burn" from parts of the image that stay in one place for extended times. Once the face of a tube is burned by a bright image, it's visible all the time. If you intend to watch this TV, don't play games on it!

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yeah it should be fine only if you pause the game for long periods of time or leave it on the same screen for long periods of time then it can burn the image into the screen

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Sky Plus Planner shows message Please Wait and nothing happens. Cannot therefore play previously recorded programmes or record new ones.


try formatting your hard drive, you will loose all the saved programmes but it may fix ur problem.

follow instructions:

http://nice-design.co.uk/blog/sky-plus-system-fault-how-to-fix-faulty-sky-without-a65-callout-fee

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I connected my Philips DVDR 3576H to my Sony Bravia TV and it looks like connection doesn't work. I used cables provided by Philips but I can not get access to this empty channel, on which I could get the...


The source is E1, unless you are trying to display something froma camcorder or security cam.
Philips does not provide enough cables with this product - they only provide you one set with which to PLAY a movie. You will need another red, white and yellow cable with which to RECORD. If you have a cable/satellite box, connect a 2nd red, white and yellow cord from cable box OUT to Philips AV IN. Switch the SOURCE on the Philips remote to E1, and your TV to whichever source you have the original red, white and yellow plugged into. You should get picture, and be able to record now.

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If i bought a video cassette from america would i be able to play it on my video recorder in the uk?


If the recorder you have can play NTSC tapes, yes. I believe that the standard in the UK is PAL.
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