NEWS: Samsung’s Remote Management 3.0 Solution Available for 2013 Smart TVs Read MoreE

HP-T4264

Downloads

You're Registered!

Need to update or add additional registration information?

Update Registration

Troubleshooting Guide

Use Our Interactive Tool To Fix Common Problems.


Service Center

Warranty : More Info

Need Service?

Contact Us

  • Live Chat
  • Facebook Support
  • Google Plus Support


Energy Star Partner of the Year 2012

ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year 2013

With ENERGY STAR, you can feel confident knowing that you're protecting your bank account and Mother Earth.

 

Learn more

Get the Most Out of Your Product

Explore tips, articles, ideas, and more.

Language:
Description Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
Mar 9, 2007 ENGLISH 0.01 htm Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 25.91 pdf Email
Safety Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.39 pdf Email
Open Source Guide (ver.1.1)
Apr 26, 2011 ENGLISH 0.3 pdf Email
Operating System:
Language:
Operating System:
Language:
Operating System:
Language:
Language:
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

This firmware will correct the following phenomenons some units may experience.

-. Intermittent Audio Drop-Out with HDMI connectionThe firmware will be updated to the following version.

-. HPT4264 : 1049

-. HPT5064 : 1049Please be sure to read the instruction before beginning the update process.

All Windows Apr 17, 2008 ENGLISH 6.38 exe

Firmware Update Instruction

All Windows Apr 20, 2008 ENGLISH 0.37 pdf DJVU

Showing 1-25 of 75 Matching Results

  • When You Power The TV Off, The Standby LED Comes On.

    The standby light, usually located in or near the Power button, goes on when the power is turned off. It was designed this way to let you know the TV has in fact been powered off. Here is a good example of why it was designed this way. If you're through watching a DVD and turn the power off [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • What Do Samsung's TV Model Numbers Mean?

    What Do Samsung's TV Model Numbers Mean? Looking at a Samsung model number may be confusing at first but once you understand how it is broken up reading them becomes a breeze. For Example: UN55F8000AFXZA When we break the model number down we will learn about what it is identifying: U = LED [FAQs]

  • Differences between Nearby Devices and Registered Devices in Samsung Link

    Differences between Nearby Devices and Registered Devices in Samsung Link Samsung Link is an integrated service that replaces AllShare / Allshare Play on select Samsung devices which connects your devices so you can access photos, music, videos and documents from multiple locations. View, play [FAQs]

  • What Does Game Mode Do?

    What Does Game Mode Do? Game Mode is available on all current Samsung TVs. When you set a video source (input) to Game mode, your TV electronically bypasses two of the video signal processors in the TV, subsequently cutting down the amount of time the TV needs to process the video input from [FAQs]

  • How Do I Remove The Residue Left By The Promotional Stickers On My Plasma TV?

    How Do I Remove The Residue Left By The Promotional Stickers? Important: Never, under any circumstances, use WD-40 on the TV sceen. Use WD-40 on the bezel only. Occasionally, when you remove a sticker from a TV, there is residue left behind. To remove this residue, try wiping it with a soft, [FAQs]

  • Do Plasma TVs Emit Radiation?

    Do Plasma TVs Emit Radiation? Plasma TVs emit a tiny amount of UV (ultraviolet) radiation, but the amount emitted is less than what typical tube type (CRT) televisions emit. All TVs must meet the guidelines for TV radiation emission issued by the FDA (Food and Drug Administration). All Samsung [FAQs]

  • What Does PDP Mean?

    PDP - Plasma Display Panel. [FAQs]

  • Can I Lay My Plasma TV Down?

    Can I Lay My Plasma TV Down? The only time the TV needs to be laid on it's face is when you are assembling/disassembling the stand. Anytime else, during transport especially, the TV should remain in a verticle orientation at all times. To Assemble Or Disassemble The TV Stand, Follow These [FAQs]

  • Do Plasma TVs Leak Gas And Need Periodic Recharging?

    Do Plasma TVs Leak Gas And Need Periodic Recharging? Each individual cell in a plasma panel is permanently sealed when the panel is manufactured. The entire plasma panel is sealed as well. Because the gasses are sealed inside a seal, Plasma TVs can not leak gas and do not need to be refilled or [FAQs]

  • Can I Use The Plasma TV's Zoom Function When I'm Using The TV As A Computer Monitor?

    Can I Use The Plasma TVs Zoom Function When I'm Using The TV As A Computer Monitor? The zoom function in unavailable when using the TV as a computer monitor. It's possible to use over HDMI, but can possibly cause picture artifacts and picture degradation. [FAQs]

  • Can I Put My TV In My Bathroom?

    Can I Put My TV In My Bathroom? In general, you should not put your Samsung TV in extremely hot, cold, humid or dusty places. Consequently, we recommend that you do not install your Samsung TV in a bathroom or any other room with high humidity. Environmental Considerations Operating [FAQs]

  • Can I Mount My Plasma TV Above A Fireplace?

    Can I Mount My Plasma TV Above A Fireplace? Samsung Plasma TVs have an operating temperature range of 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside this ranges will affect the operation of the TVs and can cause damage. Consequently, you can mount your Plasma TV over a working [FAQs]

  • Are Samsung TVs Energy Star Compliant?

    Are Samsung TVs Energy Star Compliant? Most Samsung products are Energy Start compliant, many exceeding the standards set by Energy Star. If you would like more information about your products Energy Star certification, please visit the Energy Star website for more information. [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Subject To Screen Burn In?

    Are Plasma TVs Subject To Screen Burn In? Yes, plasma TVs are subject to screen burn in. Example Of Burn In / Image Retention If you have a plasma TV, we recommend that you limit your viewing of stationary graphics and images, such as the dark side-bars on non-expanded standard [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Temperature?

    Are Plasma TVs Affected By Temperature? Samsung Plasma TVs have an operating temperature range of 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside the listed ranges will negatively affect the operation and lifespan of your TV. We do not advise installing your TVs where tempuratures [FAQs]

  • Are Plasma TVs Affected By Altitude?

    Are Plasma TVs Affected By Altitude? Altitude does affect Plasma TVs. Plasma TVs do not operate properly above 6500 feet (approximately 1950 meters) and in most cases will buzz loudly at or above that altitude. Samsung does not sell a Plasma TV designed to be used above 6500 feet. [FAQs]

  • After How Many Hours Of Viewing Should I Use The All-White Function?

    When Should I Use The All-White Function The number of hours of viewing does not determine when you should use the All-White function. Instead, you should use the All-White function only when there are actual after images on the screen of your TV or after you have displayed a still image on the [FAQs]

  • How To Clean The 3D Glasses

    The proper way to clean the 3D glasses is one lens at-a-time. It is not advisable to clean them in the same way that you would clean regular glasses (one finger on each lens), as it could damage the glasses. Do not clean both sides (front and back) at the same time as this will damage the [FAQs]

  • Why Does My TV Make A Popping Or Cracking Noise After I Turn It Off?

    The popping or cracking noises you hear after you turn off your TV are caused by different parts inside the TV contracting as they cool. It's caused by the thermal expansion the metal chassis of the TV goes through during the warm-up phase. These sounds are normal, and happen in a variety of [FAQs]

  • How To Manually Power On And Off The TV (2012)

    2012 Television now use a Jog control instead of touch buttons to control the TV without the remote control. This control is located on the rear or bottom right side of the TV and will feel like a little joystick. Powering The TV On To power the TV on push in on the Jog. Powering Off [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Have An ATSC (Digital) Tuner?

    All TVs made from 2007 through current models include an ATSC tuners. Legacy Models Of the 2006 models, all Samsung HL-S series DLP TVs, all LN-S series LCD TVs ending with a D (for example, LN-S3269D), all SP-S and HP-S series Plasma TVs, and all TX-S series SlimFit TVs have a built-in ATSC [FAQs]

  • The Back Panel Of My TV Gave Me A Shock.

    If your TV gave you a shock, you may have a serious problem. Turn off and unplug your TV immediately, and then call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-Samsung (1-800-726-7864) to arrange for a service technician to examine your TV. Have the model number and serial number of your TV on hand when you [FAQs]

  • My TV Is Connected Using The Component Connections And The Color Is Not Correct.

    If you have your TV connected to an output device (source) using the Component connections and the color is not correct, follow these steps: Turn on your TV, and then turn on the Menu or change the TV to a different source (for example, from Component to Cable or HDMI). If the Menu colors [FAQs]

  • What Is The Flesh Tone Setting?

    Neo GUI ASE GUI The flesh tone option allows you to fine tune the flesh colors in the picture without affecting the other colors on the screen. Moving the bar in the positive direction will add more red to your flesh tones. Moving the bar into the negative direction will [FAQs]

  • When Should I Use HDMI Cable?

    You should use HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable when the components you intend to connect are HDMI compatible - that is, they both have HDMI jacks - and you want the highest quality digital video and/or audio connection. HDMI carries both uncompressed digital audio and video [FAQs]

Community Q&A

Ask questions, get and give answers from the Samsung community. Click on a topic below.