"No Signal" Error MessageIs It Related To HDMI Output? Quote:
Originally Posted by png5
This morning I do experience "No Signal". Look like this is the first time happened to me since update to V3 .........
Originally Posted by LenL
You need to make sure your HDMI cables are HDMI 1.3 compliant. That is the standard that IVIEW is using for HDMI. Does it make a difference? ......
..... So I suspect that might be an issue with my equipment.
Originally Posted by johnnyrw2
LenI had it happen to me using "composite output
Thanks Johnnyw2, for confirming that this is not related to the HDMI output. I just can't see how the output being HDMI, composite or component would have any effect on the incoming RF signal or how that signal is being processed. I believe that there is something else going on. Could have something to do with firmware because some claim to not have this problem with the HmWrx STB. I do know this... the couple of times I have seen the "No Signal" error was only when I first turned on the 3500. Then in order to correct this error, I had to completely power down the 3500 by un-pluging it from the AC Outlet. I have not seen this error occur while the 3500 was already powered ON. Again, in my experience only after first turning the unit ON. Any one with different experiences???
If this can be shown to be a Firmware related problem then iView should be made aware of this. Especially since the only way to recover from this problem is to un-plug the STB from the AC outlet. The difference I see between the 3500 and the HmWrx STB's is that on the HmWrx the On/Off button on the case powers down the actual Power Supply board, While with the 3500 the On/Off button turns off or places the main board in a state of "stand-by".
Perhaps Evelyn or somebody else from iView would like to comment on this "No Signal" Error.