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Re: RGB no input comes up what does thsi mean?
Two seperate faults, nowhere near enough information.. Pls provide equipment type, operating system, dvd type, what software you use with the writer.. what error message u get when you try to use the writer??
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The blue ethernet cable from the modem to the internet port on the router. The other ethernet cable goes from one of the other ports on the router, to the ethernet input on your desktop tower. That should do it.
ati catalyst is for a graphics card. it would not have issues. the card may show as fine, or the drivers may. try the card in another pc. if it is built in try a new card. ethernet cards are just a few pounds.
no need to share the connection just configure ur router, put ur broadband connection log-in information in the router so the router will act as a gateway and the router will start the dhcp server, so both of ur pc's will have ip's from the same subnet when the router connects to the internet the 2 pc's will do the same,
Check the picture settings on the tv, if that is not the problem, then check all of your connections (RGB cables+RW Audio) that is HD component, if you have both HDMI and HD component then try one of them, or it may be a switch in the back of the DVD player or TV
Very simple.. if you don't have a hub or switch, you need a 'cross over cable' which is similar to a normal ethernet cable, but different pin configuration. With the cross over cable between the two pc's (plugged into the ethernet ports) you have to make sure the windows & any third part firewall is off.. change the IP address & subnet mask to the same subnet.. Eg. Click Start button, control panel, click on network connections, click on the local connection that is in connected state, select properties, find the (TCP/IP) option double click on that, select the 'use the following address' radio button (dot in the circle) then enter a new (ficticious) address like 10.0.0.8, then a subnet of 255.255.255.0 - Then do the same on the other PC.. except the IP address must be different Eg 10.0.0.7 - There are a number of other ways to do this, but this is probably the simplist. Remember to put the IP back to way you found it, otherwise your internet access may not work when you plug your normal internet cable back in. Remember o turn the firewall back on. Boot the pc's. Good Luck.
You need to replace the 2mbit bios chip used by the WinCE Evo with the 4mbit one used by the NTe and XPe Evo, then you need an add on flash module, since the onboard flash is too small. After that, just find the OS file and flash away. You can find the OS files and a utility to flash from the HP support site. You'll need a crossover ethernet cable, not a patch cable, to do the flash.
If it is NEW that is from the factory as opposed to new to you it should come with out a power cord or power adaptor.
A good guess is if it is externally powered it will want a 12 volt supply.
One way of finding out is to examine carefully the the power input socket.
If it is a small co-axial one with a square in square symbol with an indication witch is the 'live' pole then it is a low voltage from an external supply.
This being so- a Universal stabilized power supply should do it.
These come with a slider switch for various voltages, and a strip of connectors also colour coded at the tip.
Also the various sizes match various voltages
this means that one connector one voltage.
So when you have got a supply pack take a connector on its own not attached to the cord and offer it to the power input.
The one that fits is the one you want - so select the voltage to the appropriate colour.
It is possible it may not work
All you have to do then is unplug the connector from the cord and reverse the polarity.