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The first step is to make sure that the S-Video cable is plugged in and connected to a TV that is powered on. If not it won't properly detect or send a signal.
Once everything is connected, right-click anywhere on the desktop and click on "Properties." Click the "Settings" tab and you should see two blue boxes. One is solid while the other is checkered. Click the checkered box and then click in the "Extend my Windows desktop to this monitor" box near the bottom. Click apply and wait a few seconds. A picture should then appear on your TV and it'll ask you if these settings work. Click "Yes" and then the "OK" button.
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