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I rented a dvd from the red box, but my tdk dvd
sometimes the manufacture at the time of the build didnt have the information for certain disks so that the drive can read them you can try to update the flash to 1.0c if you currently are using 1.0 here is a link to do the upgrade
on Dec 11, 2009
electronic engineers/repairs will are the ones that would help to fix your player.
I would not know where you can find them because I am sure we don't stay in the same location.
I would advice that you search for local electronic repairer within your area or if you can locate the store of the maker/producer of your Player so that the repairs can be carried out.
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on Jan 17, 2010
it depends on which tapes are used.. it should be on the packing of the tapes themselves, it should tell you how many write cycles they are good for... just like video tapes and audio cassetes these tapes wear out in the same way.
TDK Computers &...
on Sep 30, 2008
If your Android phone is not turning on, one solution is to perform a power cycle. For devices with a removable battery, it's as simple as taking out the battery, waiting a few seconds, and then putting it back in again. If you don't have a removable battery, press and hold the device's power button for several seconds.
21 hours ago
RM Series Replacement Remote Control for RMC10145
- Full functionality of the original remote control supplied with your device
- Dedicated replacement (not a generic "Universal")
- No programming or setup required. Works straight out the box
- Display a red LED Indicator. Superior Quality Remote. All RM Series remotes are assembled and tested in the UK
- The image is for illustration purpose only, Button layout depends on the make and model of the remote. All buttons correctly labeled as the original remote
Can i change telekin all in one computer for seniors to where you are not limited to what you can do?
ell, you could try but why would you? It is like asking if you can make a square wheel. The very value of the machine is in its simplicity. It was not designed to be flexible but rather to perform very specific functions in a very straight forward, easy to use way that would not require a steep learning curve or even a key board. It was not designed to permit you to add additional software to the system. Rather, it does what it does without being readily breakable by a user's input. The same money would buy a more powerful Windows based computer but then that would be absent the very directness of this unit. As it appears its operating system is a proprietary offshoot of Limux, you are not going to be adding Windows games to it. And any attached hardware choices are likely limited to one's provided by the company. If you did succeed in somehow installing Windows 10 on it, I believe you would find it creeping along at a snail's pace under the weight of that OS and begging for drivers from vendors without sufficent reason to develop such. So, can you? Maybe. But would you want to give yourself this sort of headache? I doubt the machine's support team would give you the sort of tech assistance you would require. Rather, I think the response might be equivalent to a raspberry.
3 days ago
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