See the solution here.
1.Delete all messages 2. Unplug the power and re-apply power 3. Quickly press and release << (previous message) and >> (next message) buttons together while the "Press review to receive setup instructions" message is playing. The display will change from a segment scanning clockwise to anti-clockwise 4. Quickly press and release the On/Off button before the "Press review to receive setup instructions" ends. The display will change to a square scanning clockwise. Note, this goes by quickly. I had to repeat steps 1-4 a couple of times before I got it right. 5. Press and release the delete button. The unit will emit a beep. 6. Press and release the on/off button. The unit will emit another beep and annouce "Press review to receive setup instructions" Done!
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click on Line 1 tab.
change "VMWI Serv:" to yes.
click on advance view.
click on USER 1 tab
With vmwi being on, you will get a periodic ring splash to let you know you have VM. You can adjust it here. I have mine set to 0.2 seconds as I like getting a whole house ring to let me know there is new VM, so I don't have to remember to look at the phone/light. Some set this to 0.0 seconds in order to get rid of the ring splash. I also set "Ring On No New VM:" to yes because I have an old caller-id box that needs a ring splash AFTER retrieving VM in order to clear its message waiting light. Newer stuff generally doesn't need this.
You would need to turn off provisioning or your changes will go back to provisioned settings every hour. After you are sure you like the new settings, you can send a ticket to get the settings changed in the provisioned file at VT.
There is something wrong with the main logic board. The firmware thinks that there is a DVI connector installed. Such problems with other devices are fixed by reflashing the firmware. But I don't see any connector on the board for that purpose.The faulty flash memory chip is marked with "A", meaning there is flashed the "A" firmwre version of all possible versions - probably this with only VGA connector. My suggestions are: try to find similar working logic board. I didn't find any on ebay, but you may find somewhere else. The other option is hard one - to try installing DVI connector on this board. Unfortunatelly we don't know the parameters of the parts needed. There have to be several diods, some capacitors and a transistor, all SMD. There is also a missing 8-legged IC probably connected somehow with the DVI. :( Just for case carefully inspect the cpu legs for bad solder.
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Sony part number 1-453-285-21. It's not difficult to find these online. I suggest getting an original Sony part. Many of the cheap aftermarket replacements I've tried in Sony sets don't seem to work well. You'll pay a little more but the part will work. I just found this listing on eBay for one, and it's a good price.
Flash is a programming language that many publishers use to create animations, games, and interactive programs for the web. Flash is also used for programs run locally on a users computer. To use these Flash based programs and web applets, the end-user must have Flash Player installed. One component of Flash Player is a file called "flash.ocx." If this file is missing or damaged, you may get an error message.
There seems to be two root causes of this error. A description and solution for each follows:
You receive the error message "Cannot find the file flash.ocx" every time you start your computer or each time you open your web browser (such as Internet Explorer). This is usually the result of a missing "flash.ocx" file caused by an incomplete installation of Flash. Here's how to remedy the problem:
You receive the error message "Cannot find the file flash.ocx" at seemingly random intervals or when starting a specific program (other than your web browser). First, perform steps 1-4 of the previous solution. This will insure you have the latest version of Flash Player installed. If you still receive the error message, continue with the steps below:
Navigate to the folder "C:\WINDOWS\system32\Macromed\Flash\". In this folder you will see a file named "Flash9f.ocx".
Make copy of the "Flash9f.ocx" file in the same folder as the original (copy the original, then paste the copied file into the same folder).
Rename the newly made copy to "Flash.ocx".
If the previous steps don't eradicate the error messages, change your screen saver to one of the defaults that are included with Windows (such as "3D Text").
YOU CAN EITHER DELEATE IT BY 2 WAYS:
1. GO ON UR MP3 PLAYER AND ON THE SONG, PRESS THE MIDDLE BUTTON AND SCROLL DOWN TO WHERE IT SAYS DELEATE OR U CAN PLUG IT N 2 THA COMPUTER AND RIGHT CLICK THE SONG AND CLICK DELETE
To answer your first question, the green flashing light is the coverage indicator. It will flash green when you have a wireless signal. If you want to disable that then go to Options > Screen/Keyboard and then set the LED Coverage Indicator option to Off.
This camera has four flash modes and each time you press the button the mode changes. As you press the button you should see the indictor in the upper left side of the screen. 1.In automatic flash, the camera will decide if you need flash or not. This mode does not have any indicator on the screen 2.Forced flash, this will cause the flash to be constantly on. The indicator looks (kind of) like a lightning bolt. 3.Slow Syncro, this mode slightly delays the flash and is used to lighten up the background more the foreground. The indicator looks like the lightning bolt with SL next to it. 4.No flash, this will turn off the flash. The indicator looks like a lightning bolt enclosed by a circle with a diagonal line through the lightning bolt. (similar to a no parking sign).
If you don’t see the indictor changing on the screen the switch behind the button is malfunctioning.