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Try to download the update from Honestech, adn follow the steps and try again.
Update the laptop too, and follow the steps.
Test the wiring and see if o.k , otherwise replace it.
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Posted on Oct 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its quite possible your laptop has lost its association with your TV as a "secondy monitor".
To check this, minimise everything and right click on the desktop and go to Properties. Then navigate to the settings tab. This will show you how many displays it considers itself to have.
Click on number 2 (if visable) and click on extend my windows desktop to this monitor.
You should now be able to go between screens
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
SOURCE: i want to hook laptop up to tv
For a home theater:
First you need a high quality video card with lots of dedicated video memory and video outputs that is compatible with your T.V. Then you need TV tuner cards in your PC for both analog and HDTV signals. Some TV tuner cards support both HD and analog signals such as the ADS Tech Instand HDTV PCI card. You need a high quality sound card that supports 6.1 or 7.1 surround sound.
Connections for any:
Connect the audio output on your computer sound card to the audio inputs on your T.V.
Determine the type of input cable that your tv will accept. Connect the S-Video from your computer to the T.V.'s s-video input. Some T.Vs don't have a s-video input, some have Component which consists of three RCA-like connections colored red, green and blue. Others use Composite, which is a yellow RCA like connector. So it depends if your TV has the proper hook ups.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
I would recommend you s-video. I also have an Acer Aspire and s-video is working perfectly. you have to change the second monitor's resolution on your PC to the display and frequency of the TV. The most common configuration is 800x600 display with a 60mhtz refresh rate (frequency), and send the image through the additional monitor (your TV).
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
SOURCE: I have a HP Pavilion
while watching blueray movies etc on the TV, turn off or disable the laptops main display by right clicking on desktop and select screen resolution or personalize -> screen resolution.
"disconnect" the laptop display and see how it works. (or change to Show desktop only on 2)
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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