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Laptop will often have a function key (usually F5) for cycling between built-in display, external monitor, and both. Try pressing F5. If that doesn't work and you have a "Fn" key (usually near the left Shift key) hold down Fn and press F5.
Make sure the TV is configured properly first off, make sure it's one of the auxilaries that are selected. Now if you haven't already, you should usually press F-something to get your lappy on dual display mode (F8 usually). If that fails, you may have to ween through some of the display properties, which isn't a big deal, but would require more of a live chat session to go through, or more info on here and some patience :).
My name is mark and I will be happy to assist you. Here are the steps to change the languages on your computer.
1.go to start then click on control panel.
2. go to languages change the display and desktop to the language you wish.
3. you do not change the "regional settings"
I hope this helps. If you need further assistance let me know.
Be mucho blessed,
I have a Diagram of the Switch and some more info and tips on my Website re LCD Screens and troubleshooting. It could be worth Up dateing Your Bios and Your Graphics Drivers. more info at: www.powerjackrepair.com Hope this helps