Will work perfectly sometimes but will not take photos or video at other times - there is a black or distorted diplay when looking at a bright light source. The playback mode works all the time. Can you help?
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Hello... No, it a Main board. If the T CON was the cause, all video would be affected, including the menus. This is not a guess... I work on TVs for a living, and have seen this symptom several times. It's always the Main board. I hope this helps!
This could be a failing hard drive or failing RAM. The easiest and cheapest fix is the RAM. replace your RAM with some new sticks. It is easy and a lot cheaper than a hard drive with Operating System re-install. Which could also mean a loss of personal data (photos and videos) When your computer is working, back up your personal data as soon as you are able.
Sorry for a dump question , have you changed the distorted Right speakers to LEFT to verify if speaker is OK ? First try with just STEREO ,not on Surround and please contact me for further solution possibility.. Take care..
Are you playing the video directly form the hard disk in the camcorder or are you transferring the file to the laptop first? Reading high volumes of data via USB is slow and the PC may not be able to read the data fast enough from the camcorder. Try copying the video to the laptop first, then play it back.
You have to use the "FILM AREA GUIDE" included with the scanner. This black plastic guide leaves a small area at the top of the glass open so that the scanner can calibrate itself at the start of each scan. Use the guide or leave at least 8mm between the top of your film and the top of the scanner glass.