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Still Not working. no output on tv.

When "extend my windows desktop onto this monitor" is on, thats when the desktop image is frozen on the desktop. when its off it cuts the signal to the tv and it goes black. and i'm not sure what you mean by dragging the video player into the tv. i dont want to have these 2 screens making up the same desktop, i want t exact duplicates pretty much, and like you said about turning the extend desktop off, it cuts the signal, not makes the duplicate. thanks for the quick response. hope you can help.

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Open the ATI software, go to "set up my display configuration" and from there you should have an option to make the TV mirror your screen exactly. If I misunderstood you and you're attempting to do something different, all the options you need to configure your display should be right within the ATI software.

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after hooking it the TV we need to toogle to the external monitor.
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  4. (Optional) To adjust the resolution, so that the display area of the monitors are the same size in the Display Settings window, select a monitor and slide the resolution slide bar. Click OK to save the setting and exit.
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Click Advanced, then go to Displays. You'll get CRT, TV and LCD. Turn on the TV button and tune your settings.

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