I have hunted this and other sites but still can't get my new Philips 610 working properly. (A) I have downloaded their "fix" but when I tried to use it as per their instructions it seemed to work but after a while came up with the message WRONG DISC. (B) I have tried various cabling combinations advised on this and other sites to no avail. When I do get a decent picture, it over-rides all channels on my TV once I try to change channel. I get the DVD's picture, split into two or four rectangles and drifting; plus the sound from the selected channel. I have to switch off DVD machine or TV and on again to restore normal condition for TV viewing. My equipment is * NTL cable box (with two scart sockets & RF out) * Toshiba stereo TV with 2 scart sockets (fairly old) * Philips DVD recorder 610. Should I run the RF cable from the cable box to the DVD and on to the TV in addition to three scart leads (TV to DVD ; cable box to DVD ; cable box to TV)? Could it all be down to using old / cheap scart leads? I see worrying references to hugely expensive scart leads. I'm not looking for ultimate quality - just something that works adequately. Sorry this covers a lot of ground but I'm getting very frustrated at having to keep plugging everything back to the old VCR till I get moving to DVD. Any help much appreciated.