I bought 2 AVI to HDMI converters with a 720/1080 switch on the side from Ebay, neither work as all but 1 of my TVs just puts up a message about unsupported resolution, on the one that I get a picture it is 4:3 and says resolution is 640 x 400.
I still have the 1st CTV I ever bought, still...
From the Seagate ST3500312CS product manual
The product will achieve an Annualized Failure Rate (AFR) of 0.55% when operated in an environment of
ambient air temperatures of 25°C. Operation at temperatures outside the specifications in Section 2.9 may
increase the product AFR. AFR is a...
Agree with MartinLiddle and Black Hole
The trouble is that people who quote things as facts sometimes do so incorrectly. Then get upset/throw the toys out of the pram when corrected and given advice/asked for further information in good faith.
We have given hazfiend true factual information...
Confused information, the HDR Fox T2 was never shipped new with a 2TB HDD.
Out of interest to test the power supply capability on my machine I connected a 500GB Seagate and a 1TB WD via a SATA power splitter and both powered up without any problems. I alternated the data cable between drives...
I did not know that.
I do not have money to throw away, so can only afford ancient models (S4) when the price has dropped :eek: :o_O: :roflmao:
Edit to add: You can buy an IR emitter that plugs into the 3.5mm jack. Cost £0.99
I had this happen to me over a year ago and doing the Factory Default cured it until last week when it happened again.
This time it was doing a timed recording and I was bringing it to full awake mode, so I pressed the remote standby button and left it until the end of the recording.
I have just updated to 3.11.
I now cannot play files via the WebIF, on checking I found in the media details that the DLNA URL was totally wrong.
I checked the network settings and all entries except the SSID were blank. I have filled in all the details, saved and done a reboot but although the...