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PC to TV

I have a dell dimension E521 with (VIDEO CARD ATI RADEON X1300 PRO With S-Video Output)
I have followed all the instructions for connecting PC to TV with the wireless PC to TV sender kit I bought, but I can get no picture at all. I can not find anything to configure dual mode I am running VISTA if that makes a difference . I would appreciate any help as being a complete NOVICE does not help

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  • Askimref Apr 09, 2008

    My Dell E521 is a desk top, and yes I have tried the sender with another PC and it works perfectly

    My big trouble is trying to configure dual monitor mode. On the other pc it is easy I can do it in settings but not with this Dell. When it starts to boot it shows the start up screen and then it goes blank and the main monitor takes over

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Hi,

I would suggest running your laptop S-Video out direct to the TV's Video IN first to verify that indeed it is running. To my understanding, you need to press Fn + F? key a couple of times to cycle through the different settings: LCD only, LCD + TV and TV only. The F? would be one of the function keys with the monitor icons on it. In most instances, you would need to lower down your Screen Resolution (and Screen Refresh Rates) in the laptop's Display Properties to match that of the TV. Soon as you can display on both the laptop's LCD and your TV using direct S-Video out to Video IN of your TV, then you can remove the S-Video connector/cable and hook it to the TV sender kit. thereafter it's a matter of finding the right channel on your TV (no longer in Video mode).

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    Louie Role Apr 09, 2008

    Hi again,

    Copy that your PC is a desktop. Most TV require 800 x 600, have you tried lowering your screen resolution?

    To enable TV, under Win XP: Go to Start;
    Control Panel; Appearance and Themes; Display; Settings; Advanced;
    select the "tab" for your Graphics card; select "Device Settings";
    select TV. Or a variation for other Windows version.

    Alternately, for some ATI. under 'Display Properties',
    'Settings', 'Advanced', 'Displays', click the "TV" button, then
    'Adjustments' tab. There you will find options to change the
    vertical/horizontal size and position if needed.
    .
    Additionally, the option on some Dells is to
    change to "Clone" in Nview. But "Clone" is grayed out unless you have
    the RCA connector on the far end of the "S to RCA" cable, terminated in
    a VCR or TV or TV sender kit as in your case.

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