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S-Video output How do i send a video out put via my s-Video

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    Fritz Stoppelbein Apr 07, 2008

    kinda same problem. I have tried the settings,will not send video out. I have tried Fn F8 and still nothing on TV. This has worked before but trying to restore to that date laptop will not allow. video works on laptop fine, and I can slide icons off screen, but the wall paper for the laptop never shows up on TV. Exuasted, can you figure this out. I have also updated the NVIDIA GeForce2 Go and still nothing. Thanks Fritz

  • shuk May 10, 2008

    I am using an SVHS cable, assuming that it is S-Video cable, to connect latitude D-800 S-video port to TV's S-Video port. But on Fn-F8 nothing happens. I can connect this laptop to TV using DVI, but i need to connect usin s-video to get both video and audio (the input selection on TV has S-video and two RCA ports for input-2, and if i use DVI, i can't get audio). Can anybody help?

  • skmsuyash Nov 11, 2008

    I have the same problem . . . No S-video or projector output . . . Need it for college though . . .

  • Anonymous Feb 08, 2009

    yes same problem fn f8 noting heping



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You’ll need two outputs on your laptop that are typically found on most: the first is a small round yellow socket usually found on the back of your laptop, which is the S-video socket. The other socket you need is either a line out (unlikely) or headphones socket (more likely). You also need a TV with the correct inputs, which will ultimately decide which cables you need. The solution you decide on will be determined by your budget, and the prices and codes below are taken from here, so shop around and you may get a better bargain locally or online.

First, you need two separate cables for video and audio: S-video to S-video (£3.60, 35551), and Stereo 3.5mm plug to 2x RCA plugs (£2.80, 35491). Both cables are two metres long and longer cables are also available from the same site. Your TV will require either equivalent S-video and RCA audio inputs or a SCART socket - if it only has the latter, you’ll also need a SCART adapter (£3.25, 35570).

Once done, plug them all in and switch your TV on, switching to the A/V channel. If nothing appears, open the Display Properties Control Panel, switch to the Settings tab and click Advanced. Look for a Display tab or something similar where you’re able to switch on the S-video port to enable the laptop’s display to route through the TV. Finally, when watching DVD movies (you’ll need a DVD player to do so), look for the option to run them full screen, so you get the best possible picture from your TV

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