Tried to connect my converter box; no luck. Keep getting "no signal" message, so I can't program box. Some solutions I tried: 1. Called customer service. We ran through hookup procedures, but unable to solve problem. Tech rep suggested that maybe no DTV signals being transmitted; not so, I'm located in Brooklyn, NY and a number of major broadcasters have been transmitted the DTV signal. 2. Both box and TV set to channel 3. Simple hookup: antenna cable into box. Box cable out from box and into TV. Analog TV less than a year old with outstanding reception from building antenna 3. Took box to neighbor in different building and attempted hook up on his TV. We worked on problem together, and still were greeted with "no signal" status. 4. Took a trip to Best Buy, store I made purchase from, and found staff only had limited knowledge about box. One staff member recommended store make installation for a fee. Another said I probably got a defect unit and should exchange it.
What else should I try? I'm about ready to return box and get an exchange. Help"
Anyway, don't exchange the box just yet! First, can you access the converter's menu? Because mine automatically comes up with the "no signal, call customer service" message, but I can access the menu fine -- so the hook-up is not the problem. If you can access the menu, let it autosearch for you, because mine can't be used until I do this. If you get the "weak antenna signal message", refer to the user manual to find out how to check your antenna signal strength; if it's in the weak range, you have to buy a better antenna, most likely from the official source: http://www.accessHD.tv
You can always exchange the box and repeat the process. Getting the "no signal" message is a good indicator that you've hooked everything up right, especially if it's accompanied by a customer service number. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll try to help you troubleshoot the problem if you like. I'm up all night.
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Where is the monitor connected to the computer? Is it an analog or digital cable? Look on the monitor setup screen and see if changing the input signal will get you a picture. You're kidding about the video card, right? If the video card is in your hand and there is no place to connect the monitor cable....... duh.
1. If your TV will accept a high definition signal from the PC you can connect the PC to the TV with an HDMI adapter. 2. HDMI just allows sound and video to be transferred and to be sync'd with the device connected.
Open your Start menu and choose Control Panel. In Windows XP: choose Add/Remove Programs. In Vista: choose Programs/Features. In Windows 7: Choose Uninstall a program. Find the We-Care Reminder (may be ASPCA Reminder by We-Care.com). Choose Remove (Windows XP), or right click and select uninstall (Vista and Win 7).
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You haven't mention about the connections you have with the SKYDUDE TV box. TV boxes usually have AV (audio and video) connections i.e., two seperate connections for audio and video signals. If you are using a set top box to connect to the tv box you can connect the "video out" of the set top box to the "video in" of the tv box using a cable. and "audio out" of the set top box to the "audio in" of the TV box using another cable. Some TV boxes don't have the "audio in" option. In that case you have to connect the "audio out" from the set top box directly to the "audio in" of the computer. This pin you can find just near the "speaker" and "mic" connections.
If you have an S-Video pin in your TV box, you can use an adopter wire to connect two "audio in" and one "video in" connections to the same pin. And you have to select S-Video option in the software installed.
If you have "RF in" option in your TV box, you can use use AV to RF converter to connect your set top box to the TV box.
you are banned .. probably multiple room bans lead to the situation going higher and Pal have a code for trouble makers to keep them offline away from pal .. it doesn't get talked about but it happens all the time .. program glitches no room lists getting pinged for bad connection warnings when when everything is just set perfect .. your band .. it will take about 2 months to get things back to normal again .. sorry but your are banned by the admin of paltalk
boot your pc then follow the steps
start-run-msonfig(type in run command box then hit enter) in msconfig
dialog box go to startup-disable all then click apply then click ok
reboot,it will take some to reboot, then a message come just clik ok.
when your pc reboot again you restart now you check if the problem is solved
if you want any help fell free to post