Ok another problem I am having with the board is I am getting no video whatsoever. I have tried only hooking up the on board vid and also hooking up various vid cards. Nothing is working. Any insight is appreciated.
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First make sure that all of the connections are securely connected. If it still doesn't work try another set of cables. Also ensure that your setup menu on the PS3 is set to the correct resolution. If you are using the standard definition connection (3 RCA type connections labeled VIDEO L-AUDIO-R) make sure your resolution is set to 480i. If all of those steps are correct and you still can't get it to work then your Analog Video board might be defective. You will have to get this serviced by your local PS3 repair center.
lubbarlubab, Looks like you will need to get a power supply repaired/replaced in your unit. Before you call out the service guy, you should spend 30-40minutes at YOUTUBE and view some "LCD-TV repair" videos and also videos of "LCD monitor repair" and LEARN what are the most common components that are causing this plague of "BLACK SCREEN of DEATH" to disrupt your life. If the "cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamps" fail to light-up due to a failure of a single or multiple $2 parts on a power supply board you have a black screen!! This problem is also very common to LCD computer monitors. Try to view a vid by someone called "cal22583" who did his own repair to a Philips 42" or 50" unit. If this was of some help please rate on fixya.
Bye for now. 12fixlouie
Try without any RAM and see if there is a beep...if there is then mobo is ok. If no beeps still. Check the CPU. Also check the PSU if its giving adequate power to all the added cards. If possible try with another PSU.
Try clearing CMOS as well. If all these doesn't do any good to the mobo, I think its time to RMA the mobo.
Have a great day!
I have similar situation with my TXDS 565 and could not video out of my unit after hooking up the cables properly in and out of the unit for all auxilary modules... I assume that you have tried to place your vid IN from the cable box to your units vid IN and run a vid OUT cable or S cable to your TV. If this doesn't work for you as it did not for me, then you must run your cable direct to the TV vid IN and run your audio out from the TV audio Out back to your reciever as audio IN in the Video I or II ports on the reciever unit. This will give you audio control through the rec. unit.
I suspect that my is damaged and will not function properly; yours may be too,
My unit is about 10 years old and repair is too expensive so I will run it this way until something else fails and I will replace it... probably not Onkyo.,'
Just because it doesnt beep doesnt mean the vid is not gone
place board on a non metal surface hooked to
powersupply UNPLUGGED RIGHT NOW
cpu with heatsink and fan attached
plug power supply in (will not shock you just dont lick it ok)
if board does not come on take a small flat head screw driver look at where the power wire would slide on cross those two pins should come on. again will not shock you.
still no video try pci (most basic video mobos support) card
still no video could be cpu I have had several of these be bad caouse no video also
try anouther cpu same setup
still no vid mobo shot sorry
I have the same system, except for the TV, I have a project (that part doesn't matter).
From your Sat. go straight to your AV receiver
Again from you Sat. (all of the AV outputs are all live), go out from either 1 or 2 and go to your recorder Line 1 in.
From you AV receiver go to your TV.
All you have to do is hit record and you will record whichever channel you are on. I am having difficulty getting it set up as a PVR, but will figure it out sooner or later.
Scart is not always two-way, if that is the way you have hooked it up. A lot of newer appliances have one-way scart connectors, and the vid/av plugs are also wired in one direction. Are you trying to record from the bult-in tuner to the video? Then you would also have to wire from the av-out of the TV to the video in on the video/dvd... essentially doubling up on the cables.
hello mycar..the biggest problem i have found on late tvs is that you can get some service repair manuals and schematics but they do not give you anything on the major boards like the vid ..x&y boards ..logic board .i have a plasma that the vid board is faulty to and cannot get any info on it .maybe it is because they dont want to fix them..some sets are rebadged brands .try putting your model no in and see what may come up.it could possibly be lg boards in it .if so you may stand a chance..