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When i start my joybee
Press MENU button then choose System Setup. This is the one before the last item in the menu. Then scroll down to the one before the last possibility. This should be the language. To choose this press PLAY/PAUSE button and you can see 3 languages and the last one is the English.
Now simply press PLAY/PAUSE when you are one the last position.
I hope this helps.
What do you mean by "from then on i cannot use my jb110. " Have you tried to reformat it before you try anything else?
You need to put MP3 files on the MP3 folder; not in root.
Hard to pin point your problem from your post. However, i'm refering you to the appropriate section in the manual out of the fixya website, follow the instructions as close as possible: http://www.fixya.com/BrowseManual.aspx?prdid=215248&mpgid=26294&hlt=install
Some questions first- how come you're being asked to uninstall Benq before you actually installed it? didn't you find the program in the Add/Remove menu? have you tried searching for the file through the explorer search? (right click on start>search 'all or part of the file name "Benq" ' 'look in "local hard drives" ') have you tried restarting the computer?
Hope you work it out, and if you don't try posting your problem again with more detail.
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I have a set of
Hook them up conventionally 2 speakers to your right side of amp/receiver and the other 2 to left. (2 positive to rt side of receiver, 2 grounds to grounds rt side, left the same... you won't blow those speakers.
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