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Can't display where on another monitor or tv? Did you reboot the computer after plugging in the VGA Cable. Sometimes you have to hit the FN Function Key + F1 thru F12 to get the image to display. The correct F1 thru F12 key will have CRT/LCD on it or it might have the icon of a display. Press and hold the FN function key then hit the correct F1 thru F12 Key.
what TV model you have? maybe it is not on the right connection / setting
The PC must have the dual monitor mode in order to work as well what PC model you have .. specifically the video card /.... ensure that the video settings are set to TV mode as well for the default monitor
The specifications on your computer suggest that it has an S-Video port, which can be used to connect it to a TV; provided the tv has an S-Video input port on it.
Additionally, this will put a picture on your TV, but sound will have to come from somewhere as well. Most laptops have sound and speakers built in, but if you are watching TV, you will never be happy with that sound.
I have run a speaker connection from the outputs on the laptop to the outputs on the TV with success. When I did this, I used the video/sound cable that came with my video camera. It had a stereo male plug at one end that fit into the laptop and the other had two RCA plugs, one yellow and one red.
Typically, the yellow is for video, and red and white are for sound. In this case, I used the yellow for sound and it worked out fine.
All this information is based on the premise that your TV will support this connection. If not, you may be able to connect to a VCR (remember those things?) and run it that way.
The most common problem is that the tv dont understand the s-video signal. You can try to change the signal input on the tv to s-video, but it will only work if your tv support's it. I have a s-video to scart but I dont get any collours because my tv can't understand the signal. My solution tip for you are: Get a tv that you are shure can understand the s-video signal.
i hope that is a USB driver issue when u plug your device does your computer detect any usb device and then its says unknown/unrecoginzed device. You have to check the cables first then you download USB2.0 driver install it inyour computer andl aslo try to connect the device in another port also put the the driver cd for the TV/projector
I believe you have the right adapter cable. According to my knowledge the Radeon 9000 supports TV output via RCA (check http://ati.amd.com/products/MobilityRadeon9000/index.html:" Mobility™ Radeon™ 9000 provides the highest
quality output support for DVI-I, TV and CRTs.")
Firstly, it would be a good idea to make sure your TV has the 3 RCA jacks into which you will insert the adapter cable's 3 RCA connectors according to the colors of the connectors and jacks.
Secondly, if your laptop has a VGA port, you're set to connect your laptop to your TV, no hustles. If your laptop doesn't have a VGA port, your going to have to get a DVI-VGA converter, so you're setup will be something like: [laptop]-[DVI-VGA converter]-[VGA-3RCA adapter cable]-[TV's 3RCA jacks].
When you get your laptop's screen displaying on your TV, its merely a matter of using your recording equipment to record the TV's image as you would any program showing on the TV.
I hope this will help you solve your problem, thank you for using the FixYa service.
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