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Sony VPCJ11M1E - VPCJ11M1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

Sony VPCJ11M1E - VPCJ11M1E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Troubleshooting > Optical Discs n136 N What should I do if I cannot write data to CD media? ❑ ❑ Make sure you neither launch any software application nor allow any to launch automatically, not even a screen saver. If you are using a CD-R/RW disc with an adhesive label affixed, replace it with one with no affixed adhesive label. Using a disc with an affixed adhesive label could cause a write error or other damage. What should I do if I cannot write data to DVD media? ❑ ❑ Make sure you are using the correct DVD recordable media. Check which DVD recordable format is compatible with your optical disc drive. Some brands of DVD recordable media do not work. What should I do if my external optical disc drive does not work properly? Make sure that your external optical disc drive is connected to an AC power source and the USB port on your computer. If it is not connected, the external optical disc drive may not work properly.

Troubleshooting > Display n137 N Display Why did my screen go blank? ❑ ❑ ❑ Your computer screen may go blank if the computer enters Sleep mode. If the computer is in Sleep mode, press any key to bring the computer back into Normal mode. See Using the Power Saving Mode (page 21) for more information. Make sure your computer is securely plugged into a power source and turned on and the power indicator light is lit. The LCD backlight of your computer may have been turned off. Press the DISPLAY OFF button. What should I do if I do not see proper images or videos? ❑ ❑ Be sure to select True Color (32 bit) for the display colors before using video/image software or starting DVD playback. Selecting any other option may prevent such software from displaying images successfully. To change the display colors, follow these steps: 1 Right-click on the desktop and select Screen resolution. 2 Click Advanced settings. 3 Click the Monitor tab. 4 Select True Color (32 bit) under Colors. Do not change the display resolution or colors while using video/image software or playing DVDs, as it may cause unsuccessful playback/display or unstable system operations. Additionally, it is recommended you disable your screen saver before starting DVD playback. If the screen saver is enabled, it may be activated during DVD playback and prevent the playback from running successfully. Some screen savers have been found to even change the display resolution and colors.