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The screws are metric and are designated M6, M8 etc. but the critical factor is the length so that the stand will attach securely to your TV. You might be able to get Toshiba to disclose this information.
Hi, Mostly horizontal output section got problem in crt tv, check horizontal output transistor and replace it if found shorted. Let me know model number of tv to look for related schematics for more info. Thanks.
Even though I have a hi res. 40 inch TV from Sony the quality of the picture from the PC to TV is far inferior to the small screen on my laptop. I can read all the shortcuts in the laptop, but they are completly unreadable on the TV.
I have tried to use the adjustment for increasing the sharpness, but it hardly changes. I tried to use the AV cable instead of the RCA one and although the definition was the same it went black and white,
The instructions tell me to change the computer resolution and refresh rate the pictures are so small that even after scanning then at 600 bpi I cannot see what is on the pictures of the screen.
This is far below the quality that I was hoping for and I am really disappointed. Even copying old videos from the 50's I am getting better pictures than this. There must be a better way of getting the very good screen results on my laptop, - an almost brand new Toshiba , onto my almost brand new Sony DVD Recorder. HDI to the Telly works fine but there does not seem to be a HDMI input, on the DVD recorder only an output.
The inputs available are RCA, AV which the laptop does not have, a scart and a USB which I do not seem to be able to use. So how do others do this. I have a lot of things on a 1.5 terabyte hard disk that I want to put on DVD.
If this is not it, click on the blue down arrow to the right of the - Models - box, and choose the appropriate model.
Using this model for an example, scroll down to the bottom of the page. Where it states - :System and Chipset Drivers is the one you want. (BE SURE you get THE exact model number of this series! You don't want to download the wrong drivers)
verify that the P/N switch is set to the color system of your country. N (NTSC) for US and P for most of Euroope and Australia;
depending on how "old" the TV, the Screen Resolution of the Toshiba may have to be brought down to the lowest possible setting;
additionally, the Screen Refresh Rate may likewise need to be lowered say 60 Hz;
all of the connections you mentioned are video connections. However, only 1 should be used. You may have to experiment (again depending on the TV) which setting & connection would give you the best picture;
offhand, the component connection (if applicable, the red/green/blue cable) would give the best connection followed by S-Video and last would be yellow (composite).
Yes. You have a very sick VGA card in your computer. Get it replaced. The reason it runs okay in safe mode is because full potent driver and graphics don't load in safe mode to aggravate the card's illness. When the driver fully loads in normal mode, the card freaks out.
Did you get the remote control with it? i have the same model AV2 if jsut one of likr 4 or 5 inputs for this model, if you have cable signal hooked up, use the AV button on the remote to toggle between all of them, Remotes for this model are available too, Just google.com the model number of TV
Picture is great my me