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Im trying to connect my Hp Laptop to my JVC HD-56G886 TV by using the Digital in connection with HDMI cable. When I trun it to Digital In the screen turns green and after a minute it turns black sayin

Laptop recognizes the TV, but the TV isn't recognizing the Laptop

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SOURCE: JVC HD DILA 56G886. replaced lamp and now it shuts down after 10

we found that it is an auto shut off system on the TV due to over heating. The lamp, if not cooled correctly shuts down. We added a mini fan in the back and it seems to work fine now.

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I had the same problem with my JVC projection tv. It would flash green, then go to regular picture then back to green flashes. Not sure if this is the solution you were looking for, but I was able to get a good crisp picture using composite cables instead of the HDMI cable.

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The green screen is caused by light hitting the back of the tv. Either move the tv to a location where direct sunlight will not hit it or put up strong curtains. As for fixing the problem, do a search for JVC green screen reset on AVS Forum, its easy to do just dont have the info with me now. Keep in mind if direct sunlight hits the back of the tv it will do it again. I have put up some good curtians and ensure not to open them when watching the tv. Hope this helps. I am Hayward, have a nice day.

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