My Z71v was working great and then one day it stopped having display. I played with in for a minute or two and then turned it off. A little while later it came back up and booted with display. It was powered off yesterday and has not successfully came up yet. I tried hooking up a monitor, but it did not display anything. I have tried swapping the Memory, removing the DVD Drive, and the battery to no avail. I was also unable to see it from the DHCP Clients table at my router; but I am not too quick to trust it as it displays the wrong IP address for the machine I am on now. I could not ping anything other than my machine though from the router. I am concered that the board or some component is bad. I am not sure where to start if I need to begin purchasing known good components and hope it is not the board as I fear (they seem pretty pricey on my first search). I hope you can provide some insight. Thanks for having this page.
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Before you go to drastic measures and since the TV section is fine I would check to see if the Xbox display format is set compatible with your source input. In another words make sure the resolution is set correctly or at least play around with that setting for the xbox input on the display. Just like the same thing on a computer screen if the refresh rate is set too low or the resolution is not set correctly the display will give you problems. Flat panels these days are nothing more than digital display panels being fed with TV or other signals. Therefore there are some common terms with that of a computer display. You might also try a different input on the TV as that input may have a different setting on the display.
You need to determin if the display is defective or the video card.
Connect a know working display to your PC and if you are able to view the display, your video card is fine and the display must be defective.
Try connecting the display to another PC and see if it works, if not your display is defective.
I hope this helps.
Good luck and have a great day.
Welcome to FixYa!
Here's your request.
TIME AND DATE
1. Press and hold MODE until HOURS digits flash (you'll be in Alarm Mode) Press MODE again to enter TIME mode, SECONDS digits will flash.
2. Press ADJUST to set SECONDS to zero.
3. Press START/STOP to select MINUTES.
4. Press ADJUST to change.
5. Repeat to set HOURS, MONTH, DAYS, and DAY of WEEK. Go through 12 hours to set AM or PM.
6. Press MODE when done.
7. To display DATE from Time display , press START/STOP.
8. With DATE displayed press and hold START/STOP, then press ADJUST to change display between DATE-MONTH and MONTH-DATE.
9. With TIME displayed, press and hold ADJUST, then press MODE to switch between 12-and 24-hour format.
ALARM AND HOURLY CHIME
1. Press and hold MODE until HOURS digits, DAY, and A or P (for AM or PM) flash.
2. Press ADJUST to change HOURS digits. Go through 12 hours for AM or PM.
3. Press START/STOP to select MINUTES.
4. Press ADJUST to change.. Press MODE when done.
5. Press and hold ADJUST, then press START/STOP to turn chime on/off. Press START/STOP again to turn alarm on /off. Release START/STOP when done.
1. Chronograph will count up to 24 hours. Lap times are not stored. After 40 minutes chrono display changes from seconds to minutes.
2. With time displayed, press MODE to select Chrono Mode.
3. Press START/STOP to start.
4. Press ADJUST to view lap time. Press again to sesume lap timing.
5. Press START/STOP to stop timing . Press ADJUST to reset chrono to zero.
6. Repeat for successive laps.
Thank you for using FixYa!
Have a great day.
This is the solution from dell website :"Connect your computer to an electrical outlet to charge the battery. If the problem persists, call Dell for technical assistance". if laptop have warrenty then take it to DELL. if no warrenty, if you know how to open laptop , just replace the CMOS battery. or take out the CMOS battery for minute or two, and put it back. try both methods. if problem persists take it to DELL. best of luck..
1.In the stop mode, press and hold down the MENU/STOP button for at least 2 seconds The menu setting display appears. 2. Press the SKIP/SEARCH button repeatedly to select dAtE 3. Press the POWER/PLAY button. The year display blinks 4. Press the SKIP/SEARCH button repeatedly to select the year. Then press the POWER/PLAY button. The month display blinks. 5. Repeat the same step 4 to set the month, day, hour display ("24 H or "12H") hour and minute. Note: "second" cannot be selected. When the minute setting is completed, "dAtE" returns. 6. Press the MENU/STOP button.
I believe it's actually a firmware issue with the SIR-KEN1. I havethe same setup and have the same exact problem. I have to cycle thru my "SRC" button and get back to Sirius for it to work. Not a happy camper. I read on the Sirius Backstage forums about the firmware, although I have written Directed Electronics (SIR-KEN1 manufacturer) and never received a response.