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I can't get any video when I connect from the S-video out to my TV's S-video in....Why?

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Mellowmatt

Alot of it has to do with the setting on the computers video card. Let me know the model so I can look up what hardware you have.

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Posted on Jul 27, 2010

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  • mellowmatt Jul 27, 2010

    it is a toshiba satellite M115-S3094....Thanks

  • mellowmatt Jul 27, 2010

    it is a toshiba satellite M115-S3094....Thanks

  • Will Hartford
    Will Hartford Jul 28, 2010

    mellowmatt

    The information I can find you have a Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 integrated on the notebook.



    So the first you will want to do is make sure you have the most current software and drivers installed for the card.



    Next you need to make you are aleast extending the desktop if not cloning. Then in you out put setting make sure you have TV out set. This should activate the S-Video.



    If you still have trouble let me know the version of Windows you have.



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