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Hi, I tried to connect my gateway laptop to the LCD tv using a hdmi cable. The tv didn't response so I restarted the computer and the tv actually showed the same starting screen, but when the vista window kicked in the TV turned blue again and showing "not supporting". The TV is 1080i max. Vista is 32bit.
Try playing around a bit with the display settings, there are not many laptops that are setup to automatically adjust to the dual screen setup with an lcd tv. Also, iv found that Not using the lcd as a duplicate of the main screen is a good idea, set it up as a separate screen...if you know what i mean, if you do it right you will see only yourbackground on the tv and no start menu bar or icons.... In this configuration you can set the resolution to the max for the best quality possible for your television.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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