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The screen is black. when I cycle through the different inputs, the input display appears for 3 seconds and then disappears. I get a display of "Plasma Display--No Input Signal".

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Hello. You have to go into your Display Settings, in your HP Laptop, and chose the Dual Screen/Monitor Setting & make sure you check the "Extend my Windows Desktop onto this Monitor" Box. If you are trying to view your Internet Browser on your TV - you will need to Click on and Drag your Browser to the Right... of off your Laptop Screen and onto your TV Screen. This will take care of your problem!

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