Question about Televison & Video
First of all you must make sure that the S-video cable is securely plugged in at both ends and that the cable for the audio that is plugged in the headphones jack on the laptop side is plugged in the correct AV RCA jacks on the tv side - they should be in the Red and White connectors from the AVS set, the one next to the s-video jack from the front then select the AVS on the AV selection
Now you should get the audio directly. To get the video you must configure the tv as a second monitor in Windows. To do that Go to Start - Control Panel - Display - Settings, enable the second monitor, set the resolution at 800x600, tick the Extend option and Apply, OK. Now to use it all you have to do is to drag the window of the program of your choosing there, use it and drag it back before closing it.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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