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Transferring video and sound from my lap top to my television set

How do I use my S video to transfer videos and audio from my lap top to my television set?

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    cannot send singnal through s video

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    not able to transfer video after I instaled xp

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From my understanding.. S video is just another way to output video from your laptop to your tv.. as for sounds you'll need a cable that connect to your earphones or your laptop to the audio input of your tv.

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