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Well bud it actualy depends on the TV that you are using.
Some TV's do not accept the signal form the NB.
try to use a different TV and after connecting it to ur TV press and hold on the FN key and tap on F5 to transfer the display to the TV.
On the Phoenix BIOS:
Go to "Advanced BIOS Features". Go to the "1st Boot device" and set it to "USB-ZIP".
(Phoenix BIOS, Revision 6. you need to go to the Boot Order screen and select "Harddisk" and hit enter, giving you a list of IDE hard drives this BIOS prefers to call a USB device an IDE harddrive)