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aiw 9800 tv sound turns itself off

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Anonymous
July 9, 2004 12:56:04 PM

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A reboot usually brings it back. has anyone else seen this happen and found a
fix ?
1st time I thought it might be a loose connector in back and in combo with the
reboot it fixed it.
but since finding out that reboot will fix it without the jiggling, the
question is what's causing it to just turn itself off ? and how to fix it ?
Is there another AIW forum or another way to get answers on this ?
My experience with sending feedback hasn't been very good. I sent a comment in
on the board, and got an email on troubleshooting a problem I didn't ask about.
So it's pretty obvious the email goes to a dumb machine and has someone's name
signed to it.

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Anonymous
July 9, 2004 11:02:48 PM

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On Fri, 09 Jul 2004 08:56:04 -0400, Husky <cbminfo@toast.net> wrote:

>A reboot usually brings it back. has anyone else seen this happen and found a
>fix ?
>1st time I thought it might be a loose connector in back and in combo with the
>reboot it fixed it.
>but since finding out that reboot will fix it without the jiggling, the
>question is what's causing it to just turn itself off ? and how to fix it ?
>Is there another AIW forum or another way to get answers on this ?
>My experience with sending feedback hasn't been very good. I sent a comment in
>on the board, and got an email on troubleshooting a problem I didn't ask about.
>So it's pretty obvious the email goes to a dumb machine and has someone's name
>signed to it.
>
>more pix @ http://members.toast.net/cbminfo/index.html

Try this AIW forum:

http://www.rage3d.com/board/forumdisplay.php?f=24
Anonymous
July 10, 2004 6:25:46 AM

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Husky wrote:
>
> A reboot usually brings it back. has anyone else seen this happen and found a
> fix ?
> 1st time I thought it might be a loose connector in back and in combo with the
> reboot it fixed it.
> but since finding out that reboot will fix it without the jiggling, the
> question is what's causing it to just turn itself off ? and how to fix it ?
> Is there another AIW forum or another way to get answers on this ?
> My experience with sending feedback hasn't been very good. I sent a comment in
> on the board, and got an email on troubleshooting a problem I didn't ask about.
> So it's pretty obvious the email goes to a dumb machine and has someone's name
> signed to it.
>
> more pix @ http://members.toast.net/cbminfo/index.html

would help if you could describe the symptom in a bit more detail, what
you were doing, does it always happen, were you in guide+ or atiTV was it
tuned to channels, did it suddenly happen did it gradually happen did it
always happen, did you update drivers etc etc etc.
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Anonymous
July 10, 2004 6:25:47 AM

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On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 02:25:46 GMT, Gordon Scott <gordsmail@NOSPAMshaw.ca> wrote:

I gave what I knew and asked if anyone else has had it happen. I have no idea
what settings were on or off. I'm still 1 day old getting used to it.

I've seen the TV disappear, and the sound also, but no idea what caused them.
Just sitting there fiddling with the computer, looked up and there wasn't any
sound. or looked up and there was no TV or sound.
hit TV and it came back but no sound.
up and down with sound bar, and nada.
Hasn't happened for several hours, but I'd like to know what's causing it so I
don't need to keep rebooting every time something goes bad.

>>
>> A reboot usually brings it back. has anyone else seen this happen and found a
>> fix ?
>> 1st time I thought it might be a loose connector in back and in combo with the
>> reboot it fixed it.
>> but since finding out that reboot will fix it without the jiggling, the
>> question is what's causing it to just turn itself off ? and how to fix it ?
>> Is there another AIW forum or another way to get answers on this ?
>> My experience with sending feedback hasn't been very good. I sent a comment in
>> on the board, and got an email on troubleshooting a problem I didn't ask about.
>> So it's pretty obvious the email goes to a dumb machine and has someone's name
>> signed to it.
>>
>> more pix @ http://members.toast.net/cbminfo/index.html
>
>would help if you could describe the symptom in a bit more detail, what
>you were doing, does it always happen, were you in guide+ or atiTV was it
>tuned to channels, did it suddenly happen did it gradually happen did it
>always happen, did you update drivers etc etc etc.

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Anonymous
July 10, 2004 6:39:15 PM

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On Fri, 09 Jul 2004 23:42:54 -0400, Husky <cbminfo@toast.net> wrote:

>On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 02:25:46 GMT, Gordon Scott <gordsmail@NOSPAMshaw.ca> wrote:
>
>I gave what I knew and asked if anyone else has had it happen. I have no idea
>what settings were on or off. I'm still 1 day old getting used to it.
>
>I've seen the TV disappear, and the sound also, but no idea what caused them.
>Just sitting there fiddling with the computer, looked up and there wasn't any
>sound. or looked up and there was no TV or sound.
>hit TV and it came back but no sound.
>up and down with sound bar, and nada.
>Hasn't happened for several hours, but I'd like to know what's causing it so I
>don't need to keep rebooting every time something goes bad.
>
>>>
>>> A reboot usually brings it back. has anyone else seen this happen and found a
>>> fix ?
>>> 1st time I thought it might be a loose connector in back and in combo with the
>>> reboot it fixed it.
>>> but since finding out that reboot will fix it without the jiggling, the
>>> question is what's causing it to just turn itself off ? and how to fix it ?
>>> Is there another AIW forum or another way to get answers on this ?
>>> My experience with sending feedback hasn't been very good. I sent a comment in
>>> on the board, and got an email on troubleshooting a problem I didn't ask about.
>>> So it's pretty obvious the email goes to a dumb machine and has someone's name
>>> signed to it.
>>>
>>> more pix @ http://members.toast.net/cbminfo/index.html
>>
>>would help if you could describe the symptom in a bit more detail, what
>>you were doing, does it always happen, were you in guide+ or atiTV was it
>>tuned to channels, did it suddenly happen did it gradually happen did it
>>always happen, did you update drivers etc etc etc.
>
>more pix @ http://members.toast.net/cbminfo/index.html


There are probably a number of possibilities, Husky, but it sounds to
me like the install may not have gone properly; try uninstalling and
reinstalling MMC.

Yes, there are other forums; the most notable is the Rage3d forum, at
http://www.rage3d.com/board/.

patrickp

patrickp@5acoustibop.co.uk - take five to email me
Anonymous
July 10, 2004 6:39:16 PM

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On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 14:39:15 +0100, patrickp <me@privacy.net> wrote:
no surprise, this is my 2nd AIW, and the previous install needed online 1-800
step by step walk thru for win 98 on a p1 mmx. Had to modify the bios for that
setup.
They should have also mentioned that it won't run with the remote plugged in
until after the software for the remote is installed. Sheesh, had to remove all
and boot 1 by 1 to find what caused the failure.

>There are probably a number of possibilities, Husky, but it sounds to
>me like the install may not have gone properly; try uninstalling and
>reinstalling MMC.
>
>Yes, there are other forums; the most notable is the Rage3d forum, at
>http://www.rage3d.com/board/.
>
>patrickp
>
>patrickp@5acoustibop.co.uk - take five to email me

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