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Pc to tv display

Recently i bought a s-video cable to 3rca for video and audio(s-video.com please see this link for reference!)and used this cable to display my desktops images. Recently my notebook crashed and i had to uninstall and reinstall all programs and now when i use this cable all i get is the desktop image on my tv and nothing more. no audio, my icons don't show up and my display image doesn't change even when my windows does. what could be the problem and how can i solve it? i have updated all software and hardware including the video adapter and nothing seems to work!! please help!! thanks in advance.

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  • josh hendrix Feb 11, 2007

    i have already done this and it still hasn't worked. Any other suggestions? It has been "attached" and i still have the same end result.

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It could be a the video driver settings. There is two setting for showing video from the laptop. If you go to the display properties page. Check and see if it is set up with the clone desktop setting or extend my desktop. It sounds like it is the extend my desktop setting. You want the clone desktop setting

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