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 What is the difference between input&output devices?

Answer Input and output devices are usually referred to as the I/O devices. In order for a fully functional computer system, both input and output hardware types must be installed and operational.Hardware... Read More »
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Dell latitude x300 running vista wont recognise usb storage devices, flash devices.?

The first thing I would try would be to check the Driver Manager in the Control Panel > System to make sure that the USB ports are showing up - they can break.The second thing that I would try woul... Read More »
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If a remote control says up to (x amount) av devices will it also work on hdmi devices?

I was confused by your question but now I understand. AV means Audio Visual. A TV with a HDMI connection is an AV device. So is your AV Receiver, cable/sat box, game system etc.Just because a bo... Read More »
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What is the difference between Pr Pb Y and Cr Cb Y audio video ports. will my devices work if a connect the two ports together?

They are both color space video but PrPbY is analog video and CrCbY is digital video. Trivia Conventionally the Y is first followed by b then r, as in YPbPr which has led to the wires being known a... Read More »
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PC to TV Devices?

If you want to be able to watch movies, videos or photos stored on your personal computer (PC) on your TV, then you are going to need a device that allows you to connect the two devices. While many... Read More »
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