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S Video cable from LAptop to TV , (RED, YELLOW, WHITE )

Even after connecting S Video cable from Copmaq Presario Laptop Output to TV, with Red, Yellow, White towords TV end, No picture.
I tried pressing FN/F4 many times, On TV side i have selected AV2, checked the AV2 port from other source (DVD output) it works fine, so no problem with TV, AV2 port.

What could be the problem in LAPTOP, is there any settings?, Is there any drivers missing?, pls Help
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