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The S-Video Cable

I have Windows Vista on the laptop..................
I checked to see if I might have the cables , but both sets I
have don't enclude the part that connects to my laptop
so I have to go and buy it today at bestbuy or radio shack......whichever one is cheaper lol..............
thank you for all of your help

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  • dsingh3796 Aug 15, 2008

    I will as soon as I can afford to go out and buy a tv card for my laptop.........with only one income I have to be very wise with my money

    Thanks for all your help

    It is muchly appreciated !!

    Deb Singh

  • dsingh3796 Aug 15, 2008

    I will as soon as I can afford to go out and buy a tv card for my laptop.........with only one income I have to be very wise with my money

    Thanks for all your help

    It is muchly appreciated !!

    Deb Singh

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If you buy it and fix it ,if any futher problem you let me know

Posted on May 13, 2008

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  • Starnley Johnwells
    Starnley Johnwells May 21, 2008

    any more problem with it

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    Starnley Johnwells May 22, 2008

    Get a TV card (USB or PCMCIA); plug an AV cable from the back of the VCR to the TV card, then use the software supplied with the TV card to write the input to an AVI file... The playback has to be 1 to 1,
    Once you have an AVI file,write the AVI to a DVD using any DVD, or VCD creation software... If you want multiple copies copy the DVD, don't re-write it from the source material (it is quicker)... And then delete the source A

    If you don't have a TV card but have a digital camcorder see if it supports AV-IN. When you do this go to the VCR to the camera then to a firewire port on the PC. The camera acts as a bridge. Get very good results this way.

  • Starnley Johnwells
    Starnley Johnwells Aug 15, 2008

    have u tried that ?try it and get back to me

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Screen on laptop is distorted halfway


A) Video Cable connections are loose:
Connection at the motherboard, and the connection at the back of the LCD screen, in the Display Assembly.

Both need to be checked.

[For Toshiba the Video Cable is termed LVDS Cable.

Low-Voltage Differential Signaling Cable. I will just keep referring to it as the Video Cable ]

B) Video Cable is damaged:
Observe the sheath at the motherboard side of the Video Cable?
Is there obvious signs of damage to the sheath of the cable?

If so, there may also be damage to the tiny, thin wires inside the sheath, of the Video Cable.

Due to the routing of the Video Cable under the left Hinge, the Video Cable may be pulled on. This can create a bad connection.

Due to the above also, the Video Cable's sheath may be damaged, and the wires inside.

A view of the Video Cable by itself,

http://www.batterystyle.com/toshiba-satellite-a205-s5880-cable-p-484063.html

If the Video Cable checks out to be OK, the next item is the screen Inverter.
To test a screen Inverter you need a sensitive multimeter. This usually means expensive. { Or use a known to be good, compatible screen Inverter } Just thought I would state that. Don't want you to completely disassemble your laptop, just to fix a Video Cable, or screen Inverter. {Or LCD screen)

Most consumers decide to just replace the screen Inverter because;
1) If the problem isn't the screen Inverter, it is the LCD screen.
(A LOT of people buy an LCD screen, when all they really needed was a screen Inverter)

An EXPENSIVE part.
(LCD screen? $150 to $400 approximately. Screen Inverter? Usually around $22 to $48 )

2) The ease of access to replace.

As stated, if the problem isn't the screen Inverter, then it is the LCD screen.


1) With ALL power removed, AC adapter (Charger), and Battery, remove the Keyboard Bezel, and the Keyboard.

This is the motherboard connection side.

Display Assembly removed with Video Cable.
Now remove the Display Bezel, and LCD screen assembly, to access the Video Cable connection to the back of the LCD screen.


{NOTE*
The screen Inverter is mounted at the bottom of the LCD screen, and behind the Display Bezel }

This shows the Video Cable, and it's connection at the motherboard side,

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/toshiba-satellite-a205/laptop-disassembly-2.htm

Scroll down, click on the photo in Step 9.
The Video Cable is the cable to the upper Left side. Has one Red arrow pointing to the left.
The photo in Step 10 shows the Video Cable disconnected from the motherboard.

(This is Page 2 of a disassembly guide. Pages 1 through 4 are available above, and below. Page1::Page2::Page3::Page4::Find another model,
in white.
Just thought I would state that. Don't want you to completely disassemble your laptop, just to fix a Video Cable, or screen Inverter, or LCD screen) )

2) LCD screen side:

http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/toshiba-satellite-a215/disassemble-display-panel-4.htm

http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-lcd-screen-from-toshiba-laptop/

All three links above will help you with checking the connections, or removing the cable to perform a continuity check. (Test)

Also with accessing the screen Inverter, and LCD screen.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Camcorder SONY DCR-TRV25E, COMPATIBILITY window vista


If you want to use the USB cable to connect the Camcorder to the Computer to transfer the video to the Computer then:

(Applicable for Vista Operating System Only.)

This Camcorder does not support USB streaming with the VISTA Operating System.

Use an i.LINK cable to transfer the video to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer. The Sony Camcorder will have the 4 pin i.LINK cable and if the computer has the 6 pin i.LINK port, then you may have to use the 4 pin to 6 pin i.LINK Cable.

You can use any video capturing software like Windows Movie Maker to transfer the video from the Computer using i.LINK cable.

Refer this link for the instruction to transfer the video to the Computer using i.LINK cable.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C111893

NOTE: As the Camcorder does not support USB streaming with Vista, it is not required to use any Sony Device Driver to transfer the video to the Computer. You do not require any Drivers or Software from Sony to transfer the video from the Camcorder to the Computer using the i.LINK/Firewire interface.

(Applicable for Windows XP Operating System only):

If you are using a Windows XP Operating System then you have to install the USB Streaming Driver in the Computer from the supplied Software disk with the Computer.

Check this link for the instruction to transfer video to a Computer using USB Streaming.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C222820

If you do not have the supplied Software disk then I suggest that you use the i.LINK cable to transfer the video.

If you are using an i.LINK cable then:

The Camcorder will flash the DV IN message as soon as the i.LINK/Firewire cable is connected to the Camcorder.

If you are getting the DV IN message then it indicates that the Camcorder recognize the connection.

If you are not getting the DV IN message as soon as the i.LINK cable is connected with the Camcorder then the issue may be with either the Camcorder or with the i.LINK cable.

Try resetting the Camcorder or try with different i.LINK cable. Locate the RESET button behind the LCD screen of the Camcorder. (You will be able to locate the RESET button by opening the LCD Screen. The Camcorder should be switched ON when you reset the unit. Press the RESET button using a sharp-pointed object).

NOTE: Resetting the Camcorder will reset the settings of the Camcorder to the factory settings including date and time. It will not delete any data saved in the Camcorder.

If the issue still persists after resetting the Camcorder and with different i.LINK cable then your Camcorder requires service to resolve the issue.

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I have picture package 1.5 but when i want to convert the tape to cd, i can not select the source and target is there a patch for this ? This for DCR-HC32 E Also i have now bought a new laptop which has...


The supplied Picture Package software is not compatible with the Vista Operating System.

Option 1:

If you want to use the USB cable to connect the Camera to the Computer to transfer the video to the Computer then:

(Applicable for Vista Operating System Only.)

This Camcorder does not support USB streaming with the VISTA Operating System. Use an i.LINK cable to transfer the video to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. (An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer. The Sony Camcorder will have the 4 pin i.LINK cable and if the computer has the 6 pin i.LINK port, then you may have to use the 4 pin to 6 pin i.LINK Cable).

You can use any video capturing software like Windows Movie Maker to transfer the video from the Camcorder to the Computer.

Refer this Link for the instruction to transfer the video to the Computer using i.LINK cable.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C111893


NOTE: As the Camcorder does not support USB streaming with Vista, it is not required to use any Sony Device Driver to transfer the video to the Computer. You do not require any Drivers or Software from Sony to transfer the video from the Camcorder to the Computer using the i.LINK/Firewire interface.

Option 2:

(Applicable for Windows XP Operating System only):

If you are using a Windows XP Operating System then you have to install the USB Streaming Driver in the Computer from the supplied Software disk with the Computer.

Check this Link for the instruction to transfer video to a Computer using USB Streaming.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C222820

If you do not have the supplied Software disk then I suggest that you use the i.LINK cable to transfer the video.


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Can't upload to my laptop!


Option 1:

If you want to use the USB cable to connect the Camera to the Computer to transfer the video to the Computer then:

(Applicable for Vista Operating System Only.)

This Camcorder does not support USB streaming with the VISTA Operating System. Use an i.LINK cable to transfer the video to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. (An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer. The Sony Camcorder will have the 4 pin i.LINK cable and if the computer has the 6 pin i.LINK port, then you may have to use the 4 pin to 6 pin i.LINK Cable).

You can use any video capturing software like Windows Movie Maker to transfer the video from the Computer.

Refer this Link for the instruction to transfer the video to the Computer using i.LINK cable.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C111893

NOTE: As the Camcorder does not support USB streaming with Vista, it is not required to use any Sony Device Driver to transfer the video to the Computer. You do not require any Drivers or Software from Sony to transfer the video from the Camcorder to the Computer using the i.LINK/Firewire interface.

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(Applicable for Windows XP Operating System only):

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Check this Link for the instruction to transfer video to a Computer using USB Streaming.

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You can use any video capturing software like Windows Movie Maker to transfer the video from the Computer.

Refer this link for the instruction to transfer the video to the Computer using i.LINK cable.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C111893

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Check this link for the instruction to transfer video to a Computer using USB Streaming.

http://www.kb.sony.com/selfservice/documentLink.do?externalId=C222820


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I just connected my new Kworld PC/TV converter. My tv now displays large vertical color lines. I,ve connected the yellow video cable, s-video cable and the red/green/blue cable. I have a new Toshiba...


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, a couple of checks:
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  • depending on how "old" the TV, the Screen Resolution of the Toshiba may have to be brought down to the lowest possible setting;
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Please postback results of initial checks.

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DVD from laptop to computer


MaionP:
you need to connect your TV to your laptop with the audio cable as well. A simple S video cable will only gives you video. You can buy a simply audio video cable and use the audio output from your laptop to your TV and keep on using the S video for video.
Or you can use simple external laptop speakers to gives you sound with your TV output.
Hope that helped!
Good luck!

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