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Need help with dvd recorder

I think i pressed the progressive mode on the setup programme by mistake and now it comes up to int set on the screen of the dvd recorder and on the television set i can only see half black and half white on the screen. How can i change it to interlace again.

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  • mariekal Oct 07, 2007

    I have no OSD mode on my remote controller.

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Checkout the OSD mode in your remote control!

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