On 08/19/04 22:29 ET, Goshdarnit said...
Same problem here, but worse!!! Mine crashes if
left overnight. Weird thing is, it just seems
to be the actual display part of the screen that
isn't waking up. Touch the screen, and the code
for the button that SHOULD be on that part of
the screen is actually sent, you just can't see
I will try that on mine tonight, but think mine actually fully crashes. Does you analogue clock freeze?
The REALLY annoying thing is that
a reset doesn't even help. It resets (I know this
because I hear the little tune) but it doesn't
fix the problem. I have to take the battery out
and leave it out for about 15 minutes before reinserting
it. Then everything works again. Come on Philips!
15 minute wait to switch on the TV with my £1300
Mine resets fine with the reset button, so yours is definately worse.
If theit tech support don't
get back to me REAL SOON with an immediate fix,
this heap is going right back.
As soon as i realised the problem I reported it Philips via their website and also to the supplier so atleast they knew there is an issue if Philips take weeks to get back to me. The message send through their website came back to me "unable to delivery for the last 5 days" so I had to call them. And had no call back since! ;-(
Where are you from the UK? If so what number did you use?
As the problem was suspected to be WiFi I changed the standard PCMCIA card, for another. To my supprise it booted and worked fine, however it still crashed in sleep mode.