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Hi there! this might work :)
1.Click once on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the laptop screen on the task bar to open the volume control.
2.Click and hold the slider control with the left mouse button or the left button on the touch pad, then drag the control higher to increase the volume on the built-in speakers.
3.Click the "Start" or Microsoft flag button in the lower left corner to access the Dell's Control Panel. Click twice on the Control Panel.
4.Click "Hardware and Sound" then click "Adjust System Volume" under the "Sound" listings.
5.Click and drag the slider control to adjust the sound level, then click the "X" box in the upper right corner to close the application.
On your remote control (with tv off) 1. press Display, channel 5, Volume Up and then Power this brings up the service mode (you will see some green text on your screen) 2. Press channel 2 to scroll through options until you see "Micro" in the upper left of your screen (channel 2 cycles up through the options, channel 5 cycles down) 3. Press channel 1 to scroll through suboptions until you see "DIOF" appear under "Micro" (channel 1 cycles up through the suboptions, channel 4 cycles down) 4. Press channel six until the default value (12:60) changes to 12:40 (channel 3 increases the value, channel 6 decreases the value) 5. Once the value has been changed to 12:40, press Muting and you should see red text in the upper right hand corner that says "Write" 6. Simply turn the power off and back on for the change to take effect. Your volume problems should now be fixed.
1. Set the correct date and the Mid Button is the OK the center orange.
2. Volume is only changeable in the Music or Vidoe Player
3. to calibrate just press with your stylus on the center of the box with the cross lightly ( it calibrates the sensetivitys )
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Please hook cable box in Video input-7 instead of Video input-6 in TV and select Video input-7 with remote on TV.
Regarding continues on-screen display of video-6, press Display button on TV remote once, on-screen display will disappear.
Had this problem also when I rebooted my Time Warner Cable box. Unplug everything from the wall including power strip and wait 60 seconds then plug back in and turn everything back on. Worked for me and havent had a problem since. Time Warner does not know what causes this yet.
The solution to your remote problem is to go to wal-mart and when you go through the check out lane there is usually some last minute items. there is a silver remote that is usually hanging in those aisles and that has been the only one I have found that works.