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Why can't I get any video when I connect the S-video output from ny laptop to the S-video input jack on my TV?

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Not only must you connect the two physically with the S-video cable, but also divert the laptop screen display to the TV or replicate the laptop screen display on the TV screen.

On Toshiba laptops, you use the Fn-F5 key combination to play with the display. Look at the screen capture from my Toshiba laptop. While pressing simultaneously on the Fn and F5 keys, use the right arrow to cycle through the various schemes. For your case use the 4th or 5th scheme.

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