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If your TV is connected to a "cable" box, e.g. you're using cable TV ... then it is the cable TV box that determines what you can get (based on your cable subscription). Yes, I know that some cable TV and satellite TV service providers will only deliver HD digital channels when you pay an additional (monthly) fee for HD digital channels.
If you plug the cable directly into your TV (i.e. not use the cable box), you may be able to do a channel scan on your TV, to pick up the digital channels ... but you will loose the convenience of using the features that your cable box provides .
I think the power cable of your modem has been damaged. kindly check the power cable. If there is no light on the modem , it is assumed to be that the power cable has been damaged. so you have to purchase the power cable of the modem. If the power cable is found to be perfect , kindly purchase the net work cables/ OR prepare the net work cables if you are aware of about the network cables., because the clippings of the network cables might have spoiled. If the power cable of modem, network cables are found to be perfect , it is certainly , the modem might have damaged. To fix the all the problems mentioned above , you are requested to to contact your ISP ( Internet Service Provider) . They will certainly fix your problems. In the mean while kindly try to solve yourself. If you are paying rent towards the monthly charges against the modem to ISP , they must be replace your modem with new one. If you have purchased the modem by paying the cost of the modem at the time of installation of the internet connection , you have to purchase the new modem, if the old modem was found to be damaged.
I would look around for a better deal anyway.
I dont know of any ISP that charges you for the rental of a modem.
I am in the UK, and every internet service provider gives you the modem (and usually a wireless router) free with the package
The cable company is always encouraging customers to rent cable boxes. It is hard to tell if a HDTV has a Quadrature Amplitude Modulation feature unless you ask at the time of purchase. Now the only thing to find out is to have it scan. Your TV has 2 RF inputs. You can choose one to hook up directly from cable source. Make sure to set up the right one for the input that you connect then let it scan. You will see something like channel 7, channel 7.1.... After that you have to make notes of what number is for which channel since it doesn't list out as what you have with a cable box. That is the inconvenience to watch without a cable box, but if you know what channel already then you can go straight to it without searching from remote.
I find out that cable box renting is a rip off. Another option is buy a new TiVo HD 20GB is selling now for 249.99 at Best to replace cable box legally and have all features just like cable box plus many more. However you have to pay TIVO service in order to record program. It still about the cost, but at least you know there is an option. Hope this can help.
Each DVR or box that allows you to access anything other than broadcast analog signals (channels 1 thru 100) has to be registered with your cable company. The box has an internal device number similar to the MAC address a wireless PC card might use to connect to a WiFi network. If that number is not registered as a box allowed to be on your account, then it will do nothing at all other than display those numbers you refer to. This is done to prevent you from buying a cable box from somewhere else, instead of renting the one from the cable company. The cable company looses that "rental" money if they allow this. You may be able to contact your cable company to see if they can add that box, and will ask you for numbers on the bottom or back of the box. You may also be required to pay an additional HD charge to have a 2nd HD box in your home, even if you own the box.
The bottom line is to contact the cable company, let them know what you have, and ask what is possible.
Certainly! You should be able to connect the Wii's A/V cables to the inputs on your projector and place the Sensor Bar near the top of the projector screen. If the cable for the Sensor Bar isn't long enough, or if the cable gets in the way, you can purchase a wireless Sensor Bar.