Question about Sanyo DS27800 27" TV
I just bought an S-Video cord to adapt my laptop computer to the TV because the TV has an S-Video jack along with the audio/video. I can not get the S-Video to open on the TV, even though I can get to the regular Video screen for my DVD player. How do i get the S-Video to come up? Sanyo Model # DS27880
Go to your graphic card settings located in the display properties menu, click "properties". You'll be able to see the settings of your laptop's graphic card. Choose "advanced",then select your "TV" as a target screen. Your S-Video cable has to be plugged in to your laptop when you are searching for the Laptop Display/TV selector I mentioned above. Also where this selector is located depends on what graphic card you have.
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Your Lenovo laptop can be hooked up your TV if you have a model that is
capable of TV output. Newer models with HDMI ports can easily connect to newer
TVs that have HDMI input jacks. For older laptops or TVs, you will need other
adapters or cables. The most common of these is an S-video jack, which has a
small round connector with several pins arranged in a circle. For S-video
connections, you will need to hook up the audio from your laptop to your TV
Things You'll Need
Turn on your
Lenovo laptop and HDMI-enabled TV.
Connect one end
of your HDMI cable to the HDMI port on your laptop. Lenovo's IdeaPad series has
these ports. If you have a ThinkPad or other Lenovo model, connect a
USB-to-HDMI adapter to your HDMI cable, then plug the USB end of the adapter
into any USB port.
"FN" and "F7" keys on your keyboard. This will switch the laptop's
display to the TV. You can then use your TV screen as a monitor or use the
laptop's DVD drive to watch movies on your TV.
Turn off your
laptop and TV. Connect your S-video cable to the laptop on one end and the TV
on the other.
cables into your audio out jacks on the laptop. If you do not have stereo audio
output, you can use the headphone/speaker jack. Add a splitter adapter to split
the sound into stereo instead of mono (single speaker). Plug the other ends of
the audio cables into your TV.
Turn on the
laptop and let it boot up. Then turn on the TV. Right-click on your desktop
screen, then select "Properties."
"Settings" tab, the "Advanced" button, then "ATI
displays" or "Display device" or the similarly worded option,
depending on your system. It is not the "On screen displays" option
in any version.
Click on the
option that suits your system, such as "TV" or "LCD." Click
"Apply," then "Yes" to confirm, if necessary. Click
"OK" to exit. Your display should be visible on the TV screen. If
not, try pressing "FN" and "F7" to toggle the display to
the external screen.
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