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Conecting Laptop to TV

We have our Laptop connected to our LCD television so we can watch I player, it was working ok but now the screen yust say's no signal. I have checked the leads and they are ok, any thoughts?

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Possibly the dual screen mode is turned off on the laptop, or the screen resoultion on laptop does not match that of what the TV requires.

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