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S-video out isn't working

When plugged into monitor doesn't show.

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  • barraganarq Mar 19, 2009

    i have the same problem i think. I connected a projector to my laptop, went to properties, and then display properties, but the external display or monitor 2 never shows up. I tried rebooting, and nothing. What could be the solution?

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Once you connect the S-Video to a monitor, go into your display properties, usually right click on the desktop and select properties and then select display properties. under the monitor tab right click on the Monitor #2 and select attached. This should now show up on your external monitor.

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