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Important Safety Information for 3D Function
Notes on 3D Playback for TOSHIBA VIDEO PLAYER
TOSHIBA VIDEO PLAYER has 3D playback function, which can playback
3D video content, and 2D home video content (DVD or video file) in 3D
using real-time 2Dto3D conversion.
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Please refrain from or stop viewing if you feel ill or experience
discomfort before or while watching 3D video images.
Please refrain from viewing 3D video images if you experience
convulsions, photosensitivity reaction, or heart disease.
Due to the possibility of impact on vision development, viewers of 3D
video images should be aged 6 or older. Children and teenagers may
be more susceptible to health issues associated with viewing in 3D
and should be closely supervised to avoid prolonged viewing without
Avoid use of the 3D function when under the influence of alcohol.
Please read the user's manual that comes with the computer carefully
before using the 3D playback function.
The 3D effect differs between individuals.
Effect of 3D can be shown only on an external 3D devices connected
via an HDMI output. It cannot be shown on the internal display.
The 2Dto3D conversion function uses TOSHIBA's original algorithm to
apply a 3D effect to your own 2D videos. However, note that this
function does not provide the same video content as a video originally
provided in 3D, and does not create a new video in the 3D format but
only plays 2D videos in a 3D like mode.
The 2Dto3D conversion function is meant for the enjoyment of your
own 2D home video and other 2D contents you created, in 3D
according to your personal preferences.
The TOSHIBA VIDEO PLAYER is set by default in the 2D format. By
pressing the 2Dto3D conversion function button, you decide to
activate the 2Dto3D conversion function and therefore decide to watch
your 2D content in 3D. The TOSHIBA VIDEO PLAYER will not run the
2Dto3D conversion function automatically. Please see the warnings in
this section as regard to potential copyright infringement and confirm
you have any necessary authorization.



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  • Chris Oct 21, 2018 07:01:
    I purchased a c55 laptop and have no passwords so I can't do anything with it can you help me?
  • axelXkane Jan 28, 2018 04:58:

    I purchased the laptop for a song due to a crushed LCD screen
    A few months later a salvaged LCD screen became available but the chassis was a little bit larger at the hinge assembly by an 3/16
    After removing the glass from the lid chassis it fit into the rightful housing.
    O​riginally I'd removed the assembly hinges from the body thus opening the clamshell completely as well the LCD screen associated connector and the black and white (assuming) WIFI connection wires which is the main focus of this post

    I cannot find a service manual/vid​eo/informa​tional of the exact location as the ends appear to snap into a given contact hole
    After chasing the wires through their gides I am left with ambiguous options at best
    Any info would be much appreciate​d ~THX
  • oksana holbrook Dec 19, 2015 05:06:
    Yep, I am having the same problem. Cannot get it to connect to anything. Really frustrated​.
  • Linda Sep 30, 2015 10:13:
    Just bought this computer today and it is a piece of garbage. It's suppose to be touch screen and doesn't work half the time and there is no manual and when you try to follow the instructio​ns for downloadin​g it, it doesn't work.
  • BJ Mar 10, 2015 04:49:
    This Toshiba labtop satelite c50 is a faulty machine. On the manual it says it had an eject button for to open the CD drive unfortunat​ely it does have one.
    PC world sold me this computer some months ago and I recommend not to use this shop due to selling faulty goods.
    Sta​y away from Toshiba laptop because the faulty has not been rectified.