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My HP laptop is stuck on its NVIDIA settings. I connected it to the TV via S-VIDEO.... and set the NVIDIA settings to "clone"... watched the movie... and now try to put the screen back to normal.. and wont work. I unplugged everything..... my laptop thinks its still on "clone" .... please help, the NIVIDIA settings disappeared and I cant get them back..

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HAVE YOU TRIED SYSTEM RESTORE? IF YOU CAN DO A RESTORE TO BEFORE YOU USED IT FOR YOUR TV IT SHOULD BOOT BACK TO THE TIME PRIOR TO ANY PROBLEMS. THIS IS JUST ONE FIX. THERE ARE MANY THINGS YOU CAN DO. JUST TRY THIS FIRST AS IT IS THE EASYEST. IF THAT FAILS GET BACK TO ME AND I WILL RUN YOU THROUGH HOW TO GET IT WORKING IN A LONGER VERSION.YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD DRIVERS FOR NVIDIA AT NVIDIA.COM. IF YOU KNOW THE VIDEO CARD YOU HAVE.

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