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I cannot get a display onto the tv from my computer, I am using a HDMI good quality cable.
You need also set your tv to use the hdmi.So go to your tv settings and select the proper connection.
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no tube tv won't mirror monitor. needs vga connection at the back of tv.go to store have a look at lcd or plasma screen.the card is ok.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I can help with getting your desktop onto your TV, but sound from your computer through HDMI can be much trickier.
If you only see a background picture on your TV, then your desktop has been either "extended" or "stretched" onto it. It is essentially a second independent monitor and you can drag applications over to it to see them.
To view your desktop and start menu on your TV, you need to run ati catalyst and "clone" your TV with your computers monitor. Do this by right clicking the picture of the second monitor in the catalyst display manager and choosing "clone". Now your tv and your monitor act as one.
Although i tried 3 different ati cards with hdmi outs that claimed to pump audio through hdmi, none of them worked for my HP PC. You will need a grey widget adaptor between your computer and the hdmi cable. In the end though, there's a conflict between my sound card and ATI's HDMI audio that cannot be resolved. So I run a digital SPDIF signal instead through an rca cable and get 5.1 dolby at my amp that way. Good luck.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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We are running our DV-7 with a 20 foot high quality HDMI cable with no frop out or interference. The DV-7 has a decent video chip and will push the signal without incident.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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"Out of range" means that the picture displayed by the laptop cannot be displayed by the TV, either because the resolution is not supported or the refresh rate is not supported.
Sometimes, I've had to set the refresh rate (from the laptop Display settings) to 59Hz to get it to work as opposed to the default 60Hz.
What resolution does your TV support? What resolution does the laptop support?
Matching these as closely as possible and you'll get the picture on the TV screen.
Good Luck and let us know how it goes,
Posted on May 01, 2011
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