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HYBRID CONECTED TO AN HDTV AS A MONITOR

I HAVE A HYBRID CONNECTED TO AN HDTV THROUGH A HDMI CABLE. I GOES IDDLE, AS IF IT GOES INTO HYBERNATION. HE TV SAYS NO SIGNAL AND THE WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE DON'T SEEM TO WORK! HELP!!!!!!!!!!VB NYC I have exactly the same problem (the Hybrid seems being in hibernation, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse). The only difference is that, in my case, the hybrid is connected to a 19" LCD monitor. Thanks.

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