Hello. The S-Video port on my Compac Presario V5000 Laptop seems to have a problem. When I plug the s-video - to - audio/video cord into my s-video port, to plug into my TV, to watch video on the TV, (as a 2nd monitor) the screen is constantly rolling up and down quite fast. I tried new audio/video cords and a new s-video - to - audio/video cord. No change. It must be the s-video port itself. Have you had a similar problem? And if so what did you do to correct it?
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Please try to plug the power cord into the source and used DC power source. Let the laptop charge for 5 - 10 minutes then after the given time please turn on the laptop. If it does not work extend the time from5 -10 to 15 - 30 minutes then repeat the stpes again. If it does not turn on then please try to check if the battery is charging. Then if all the procedure you have already perform and still no positive result then i advice you to please find a computer technician in your please and let that person fix the problem for you.
their is only one solution for compaq v5000 as you have to buy a usb port small mouse. i mean that you have to purchsae a new mouse. George_raji i want to ask a question that wheather you touchpad has been coloured off by using it. if yes than tell me yes?
Try reloading the ethernet drivers from the device manager. Uninstall the drivers then reboot. It will find the hardware and reinstall the drivers. Then update the drivers from HP's support site. If you still have the issues, then it may be a faulty port. Take it in and have it checked out.
you can get s-video to scart connections;and if youve no scart you can connect s-video to phono....thats ur red,yellow n white audio / video plugs.yellow=video...white/red=left/right audio.
if you download a service manual it shows the pinout for s-video connections making it able to connect phono's.you only need the yellow and either red or white cos pc only outputs mono to tv.
there are also wireless systems you can get though never tried them.
you could also connect to another monitor,just plug the monitor into the back of pc(ext)only go into on place one way so no prob there.if no picture on ext monitor u need to switch screens
(alt+f 4)usually.press together once switches to ext mon,press together again enables both screens,and again returns to pc.