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Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
Sep 7, 2010 ENGLISH 5.03 pdf Email
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Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Mar 18, 2010 ENGLISH 0.21 pdf Email
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User Manual (ver.1.0)
Sep 7, 2010 ENGLISH 10.69 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Jul 20, 2010 SPANISH 10.67 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
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User Manual (ver.1.0)
Sep 7, 2010 ENGLISH, FRENCH 20.92 pdf Email
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Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File

  1. Title PC Share Manager
  2. Applicable Model
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer
  4. Description Digital media server application for windows
Win XP/Vista Jul 19, 2010 MULTI LANGUAGE 52.54 exe
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  1. Title Firmware version

    - T-VAL5AUSC: 1010.0

    - T-MSX6AUSC: 1005.0
  2. Applicable Model LCD C610, C630
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer All Customer
  4. Description This firmware prevents below problems.

    - ''USB Power Overload'' message pops up even USB port is not connected.

    - HDMI 2 looks activated when HDMI 1 port is connected.
All OS Oct 22, 2010 ENGLISH 76.69 exe

  1. Title Firmware Upgrade Instrunction
  2. Applicable Model LCD C610, C630
  3. Carrier or Corporate Customer All Customer
  4. Description Firmware Upgrade Instrunction
All OS Sep 6, 2010 ENGLISH 0.32 pdf DJVU

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  • How-To Perform A Self Diagnosis

    To perform a Self Diagnosis test, follow these steps: Turn the TV on. Press MENU on the TV remote, or on the TV itself. Use the or arrow button on the remote to select the Support section of the menu, then press ENTER. Note: In the menu the section names are displayed on the left side [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • 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]

  • 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]

  • How Do I Set The On/Off Timer?

    To turn on the On/Off Timer on your TV, you must first set the clock. Two methods of setting the clock are described below, one for older models and one for newer models. Setting the Clock on Older Models To set the clock, follow these steps: Turn on your TV. Press the Menu button on your [FAQs]

  • How Do I Remove The Residue Left By The Promotional Stickers On My LCD 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]

  • How Can I Lie My LCD TV Down?

    How Can I Lie My LCD TV Down? If you must lie your LCD TV down, gently lie it screen side down on a soft cloth such as a blanket which you have placed on a hard surface such as a table. Make sure that the blanket covers the entire screen and the frame surrounding the screen. Notes: Never [FAQs]

  • Which Samsung TVs Have A Built In HDTV Tuner?

    All 2013 (F Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV (ATSC and QAM digital) tuner but do not have NTSC (analog) tuners. All 2012 (E Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV (ATSC and QAM digital) tuner but do not have NTSC (analog) tuners. All 2011 (D Models) Samsung TVs have a built-in HDTV [FAQs]

  • Are LCD TVs Affected By Sunlight?

    Are LCDs Affected By Sunlight? Except for sun glare off the screen, LCD TVs are not generally affected by sunlight. On the other hand, temperature does. The operating temperature range for Samsung LCD TVs is 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). The safe storage temperature range for Samsung LCD [FAQs]

  • What Is Film Mode?

    3:2 Pulldown Movies are recorded and played back at 24 frames per second. Video is recorded and played back at 30 frames per second. Because of this difference in frame rates, when movies are converted to standard video, they are converted using a process called 3:2 pulldown which creates five [FAQs]

  • Will Very Cold Or Very Warm Temperatures Affect My LCD TV?

    Samsung LCD TVs can operate safely in rooms or areas in which temperatures range from 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). Temperatures outside the listed range will negatively affect the operation of your LCD TV. Samsung LCD TVs can be stored unused at temperatures ranging from -4° to 113° [FAQs]

  • Does Samsung Have A POP Capable LCD TV?

    Does Samsung Have A POP Capable LCD TV? Samsung has several models of LCD monitors that are POP capable, the Syncmaster 320p, 400p, and 400pn are a few. Samsung is not currently manufacturing any sets with this feature. [FAQs]

  • Does Altitude Affect LCD TVs?

    Does Altitude Affect LCD TVs? Altitude does not affect LCD TVs. On the other hand, temperature does. The operating temperature range for Samsung LCD TVs is 50° F to 104° F (10° C to 40° C). The safe storage temperature range for Samsung LCD TVs is -4° F to 113° F (-20° C to 45° C). [FAQs]

  • Do Your Current LCD TVs Have DVI Inputs For Computers?

    Do Your Current LCD TVs Have DVI Inputs For Computers? Our current TVs have HDMI/DVI inputs that allow you to use a DVI-to-HDMI cable to connect a computer to your TV. 2009 LNxxB If you have a 2009 LCD TV you can use the HDMI 1 as a HDMI/DVI input and connect the your computers audio to the [FAQs]

  • Do Samsung LCD TVs Have iLink (IEEE 1394) Jacks?

    Do Samsung LCD TVs Have iLink (IEEE 1394) Jacks? Only three Samsung LCD TVs have iLink (IEEE 1394) jacks, the LN-S4096D, the LN-S4696D, and the LN-S5296D. All three are 2006 models. [FAQs]

  • Do Samsung LCD TVs Have DCDi Technology?

    Do Samsung LCD TVs Have DCDi Technology? Samsung LCD TVs do not have DCDi (Directional Correlation De-interlacing) technology. For more information about DCDi, click here to go to STMicroelectronics website to view their white paper on DCDi. [FAQs]

  • Do New Samsung LCD TVs Have A Break In Period?

    Do New Samsung LCD TVs Have A Break In Period? Samsung TV's do not require a break in period. [FAQs]

  • Do Any Samsung TVs Have A Common Interface (CI) Slot?

    Do Any Samsung TVs Have A Common Interface (CI) Slot? No Samsung TVs made for the U.S. market have a Common Interface slot. [FAQs]

  • Do Any LCD TVs Come Packaged With An HDMI Cable?

    Do Any LCD TVs Come Packaged With An HDMI Cable? Samsung LCD TVs do not come packaged with an HDMI cable. These cables are sold seperately. [FAQs]

  • Can I Use My LCD TV In A Security System?

    Can I Use My LCD TV In A Security System? Samsung strongly recommends against using a regular LCD TV in a security system. In most security systems, the televisions used are focused on one scene or image for hours at a time. Regular LCD TVs are susceptible to screen burn-in if the same image is [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 Put My LCD TV Outside?

    Can I Put My LCD TV Outside? We recommend against putting your LCD TV outside. The large changes in outdoor temperature and humidity could cause your LCD to malfunction. [FAQs]

  • Can I Play Video Games On My LCD TV?

    Can I Play Video Games On My LCD TV? Yes, you can play video games on your LCD TV as long as you do not play the games for long periods of time. LCD TVs can be affected by consistant still imagaes. We recommend that you limit your viewing of stationary graphics and images, such as video game [FAQs]

  • Can I Mount My LCD TV Above A Fireplace?

    Can I Mount My LCD TV Above A Fireplace? Samsung LCD 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 LCD TV over a working fireplace or a [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]

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