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Video display Video only at 25% and 75% is none usable.

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Try these options
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The only computer (or laptop) connection that carries both video and sound is HDMI. If you do not have a HDMI/DVI connector on the back of your computer, then you will have to use the VGA-composite or s-video connectors to display your PC's output on an external monitor like an LCD TV.

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Switching is performed using the fn keys on the keyboard (fn key plus the F2, F8, etc. function key with the display marking). You guys use single monitor mode until you figure out what your are doing. Select VGA-composite or S-Video.

Non-HDMI sound to your TV monitor or sound system must be obtained from your laptop's Headphone or S/PDIF jacks. Headphone is stereo and S/PDIF is 5.1 surround sound. Headphone is electrical, but S/PDIF may be electrical or optical (laser light). You must set the sound jack that you intend to use as the default on the PC control panel (Start/Control Panel/Sound).

None of these connectors is two-way in the context of an LCD monitor - your PC cannot record a TV picture or sound from the external monitor. To accomplish this you must purchase a video converter box that converts cable TV or video+sound inputs to USB format usable by your laptop. Do this and you can turn your laptop into a Tivo recorder/DVD burner using Beyond TV, Sage TV or a variety of other software packages.

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Hello,

The only computer (or laptop) connection that carries both video and sound is HDMI. If you do not have a HDMI/DVI connector on the back of your computer, then you will have to use the VGA-composite or s-video connectors to display your PC's output on an external monitor like an LCD TV.

On both my HP and Dell laptops the display settings (Start/Control Panel/Personalize/Display Settings) allow two modes - single or dual monitor mode. Single monitor mode allows me to switch between any one of three possible video outputs - VGA-composite, S-Video or laptop screen, or a split-desktop (display spread over two separate monitors). Dual monitor mode allows the same display on any two of three possible video outputs.

Switching is performed using the fn keys on the keyboard (fn key plus the F2, F8, etc. function key with the display marking). You guys use single monitor mode until you figure out what your are doing. Select VGA-composite or S-Video.

Non-HDMI sound to your TV monitor or sound system must be obtained from your laptop's Headphone or S/PDIF jacks. Headphone is stereo and S/PDIF is 5.1 surround sound. Headphone is electrical, but S/PDIF may be electrical or optical (laser light). You must set the sound jack that you intend to use as the default on the PC control panel (Start/Control Panel/Sound).

None of these connectors is two-way in the context of an LCD monitor - your PC cannot record a TV picture or sound from the external monitor. To accomplish this you must purchase a video converter box that converts cable TV or video + sound inputs to USB format usable by your laptop. Do this and you can turn your laptop into a Tivo recorder/DVD burner using Beyond TV, Sage TV or a variety of other software packages.

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From FixYa Support: The "ERR" message reportedly means a memory error.

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Press the STOP and DISP/MENU buttons at the same time for about 2 seconds, and then the display should show "FOR". It will supposedly erase the whole memory, but will at least make the device usable again.

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When i connect my laptop to the tv i get sound but no pic.


Computers have two seperate systems - one for video and one for sound.

The only computer (or laptop) connection that carries both video and sound is HDMI. If you do not have a HDMI/DVI connector on the back of your computer, then you will have to use the VGA-composite or s-video connectors to display your PC's output on an external monitor like an LCD TV.

On both my HP and Dell laptops the display settings (Start/Control Panel/Personalize/Display Settings) allow two modes - single or dual monitor mode. Single monitor mode allows me to switch between any one of three possible video outputs - VGA-composite, S-Video or laptop screen, or a split-desktop (display spread over two seperate monitors). Dual monitor mode allows the same display on any two of three possible video outputs.

Switching is performed using the fn keys on the keyboard (fn key plus the F2, F8, etc. function key with the display marking). You guys use single monitor mode until you figure out what your are doing. Select VGA-composite or S-Video.

Non-HDMI sound to your TV monitor or sound system must be obtained from your laptop's Headphone or S/PDIF jacks. Headphone is stereo and S/PDIF is 5.1 surround sound. Headphone is electrical, but S/PDIF may be electrical or optical (laser light). You must set the sound jack that you intend to use as the default on the PC control panel (Start/Control Panel/Sound).

None of these connectors is two-way in the context of an LCD monitor - your PC cannot record a TV picture or sound from the external monitor. To accomplish this you must purchase a video converter box that converts cable TV or video+sound inputs to USB format usable by your laptop. Do this and you can turn your laptop into a Tivo recorder/DVD burner using Beyond TV, Sage TV or a variety of other software packages.

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Display Optical Viewfinder Yes Optical VF Type Optical LCD Viewfinder Yes LCD Size (inches) 1.5 Power Battery Form Factor 2 x AA or 1 x CR-V3 Usable Battery Types Alk. / Lithium disposable, NiMH rechargeable Batteries Included 2 x AA Alkaline disposable Battery Charger Included No Flash Internal Flash Yes No of Flash Modes 4 Flash Modes Automatic, Fill (On), Off, Red-eye reduction Flash Range Description Unknown Ext Flash No Connectivity Video Out Yes Video Mode Switchable Yes External Connections USB 1.1 Other Connection DC In Included Software Unknown OS Compatibility Windows, MacOS Image Storage Usable Memory Types SD/MMC Other Memory Types Built In (8MB) Memory Included (MB) 8.0 Uncompressed Format None CCD Raw Format No Compressed Format JPEG (EXIF 2.1) Movie File Format MotionJPEG (AVI) Image Capture Image Resolution 1280x1024, 640x480 Movie Resolution 320x240 Aspect Ratio 4:3 CCD Sensor (Megapixels) 1.30 CCD Manufacturer Unknown CMOS Movie Audio No Quality Levels 3 Lens Digital Zoom Yes Digital Zoom Values 2x Auto Focus No Manual Focus No Normal Focus Range 120 cm to Infinity
49.0 in to Infinity Max Aperture f/3.0 Aperture Range Description f/3.0 Lens Thread Type None Exposure Number of White Balance Settings 5 White Balance Settings Auto, Sun, Shade, Fluorescent, Tungsten Manual White Balance No Longest Shutter Time 1/20 Shortest Shutter Time 1/2500 Exp Adj Range 1.5 EV Exp Adj Step Size 0.30 EV Metering Modes Auto Spot Metering No Aperture Priority No Shutter Priority No Full Manual Exposure No Self Timer 10 seconds General Model Number 3315 Camera Format Compact Currently Manufactured No Retail Price $99.00 Street Price $105.00 Price Update Date 2003-10-07 Date Available 2002-07-22 Remote Control No Tripod Mount Material Unknown Operating System Windows, MacOS Weight 120 g
4.2 oz Weight With Batteries? No Size 108 x 59 x 36 mm
4.3 x 2.3 x 1.4 in Warranty in Months 12

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