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Originally Posted by raistline View Post

Just scan can be accessed when you access Picture Mode, It will be one of the options --wide fit, wide fit zoom, zoom, 16:9, and finally JustScan

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Originally Posted by Rob Kenny View Post

Finally had the upgrade work. I re-formatted my flash drive and instead of running the .EXE on the drive, I expanded it to a file then copied the files over.... How do I find JustScan? I can't find it. The TV now works with BD-ROM 24p as-is...

Awesome, thanks guys!

For a 6+ year old TV, this thing has been awesome. *knock on wood* no complaints and no issues.
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White pixels, thousands of black jumping "grains of rice." - so bad it is not only annoying but obscuring the picture. So . . . have decided to upgrade to a 3-D Panasonic. Tried using compressed air to clean the screen and the mirror, but no joy.
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Mirror?

av-n
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Or whatever is in there - was doing it through the air slats.
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Originally Posted by K4SMX View Post

***DO NOT ACCIDENTALLY INSTALL THE WRONG FIRMWARE FOR YOUR MODEL***

Hello all. This has been a very helpful thread!

Sadly I was too confident to double check the model number of my TV and successfully flashed the '96D firmware onto my (previously) working '95D and am now stuck with a nice brick. I was wondering if anyone here knows how to manually flash the correct firmware onto this set. I'm a fairly competent electrical engineer (except when I'm not reading model numbers apparently...) and have access to a flash reader/writer so I could desolder the firmware memory chip if someone happens to have the firmware binary. Any help would be much appreciated. I feel bad recycling this perfectly good TV because of a software issue!
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Originally Posted by Tim Morrison View Post

Hello all. This has been a very helpful thread!

Sadly I was too confident to double check the model number of my TV and successfully flashed the '96D firmware onto my (previously) working '95D and am now stuck with a nice brick. I was wondering if anyone here knows how to manually flash the correct firmware onto this set. I'm a fairly competent electrical engineer (except when I'm not reading model numbers apparently...) and have access to a flash reader/writer so I could desolder the firmware memory chip if someone happens to have the firmware binary. Any help would be much appreciated. I feel bad recycling this perfectly good TV because of a software issue!

If you are unable to find the binary I have heard of people on this forum buying a new circuit board for pretty cheap.
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Hi guys, I know this is an old thread so please forgive that, but please bear with me, as I not technically inclined in such matters I am afraid.

A friend if mine recently had issue with his LNS4095. Apparently the issue was the mainboard and after replacement it seemed to work just fine, but due to warranty etc he somehow ended up with a brand new set, leaving moi with the old busted one. If I can get my hands on a new mainboard for a relatively low price then I will be able to finally join those enjoying HDTV. To that end, does anyone have a reliable source as to where I can purchase one of these NEW replacement boards ?

I have seen various Youtube videos on the physical replacement procedure which does not seem all that difficult, however I would prefer a NEW board rather than used, only to perhaps suffer the same issue again.

Many thanks, Fin.
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I believe this is what you're looking for:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-number/Samsung-Parts/Television-Parts/BN94-01040C/0057/528/Model-LNS4095DXXAA/1482/0333600?keySuffixId=&pathTaken=partSearch&pathRender=modelComponent&documentCompId=50033955&diagramPageId=00001&productTypeId=&searchModelNumber=LNS4095DXXAA&subCompDesc=Cabinet%20assy&brandDesc=SAMSUNG&modelDesc=LCD%20TV&blt=11&shdMod=LNS4095DX/XAA&keyId=

New, but expensive. For that price, you could get a completely new 40". As much as I love my classic LNS4695D, it's just too old to justify spending so much money. Based on price points, a used part might have to suffice.
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Thanks for that, at that cost you are absolutely right. Will have to have a serious think about this and a look at what parts are available.
Thanks again.
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i have the LNS4096DX/XAA TV.  looking for a mainboard replacement for this TV.  the one installed is BN94-01008F.  i cannot find a replacement online and wondering if there is another compatible board for this TV.  i can find BN94-01008D and BN94-01008G.  any suggestions?

 

thanks

john

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For anyone connecting a PC over HDMI and having to use desktop resizingpage 69 post #2044 of 4600 4/12/07 at 6:01am by ​K4SMX contains firmware instructions that worked like a charm.
 
Edges of text/etc still seem a bit too vibrant like before (compared to VGA), but it's definitely an improvement with the added "just scan" option. Prior to this, using resizing and ending up with some off-key 190Xx100X resolution was bothersome and seemed like an impartial fix. This will either work to your satisfaction or at least improve the situation. This person deserves a drink and a call the next day, they've helped breathe a bit of new life into an older TV set until UHDTV becomes a bit more affordable.
 
Complaints about edges aside, I created an account to thank this person and haven't recalibrated my TV at all yet with the input from the PC. The PS3 menu looked normal for the brief time it was loaded, having said that I'm sure I'll have to re-adjust a few games' screen size settings now as well.
 
I just wanted to show my gratitude for their in-depth and easy to follow guide.

 

LNS4095D


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