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Can't get Video Out to show up on my tv.

How do I get the video out feature to work on my tv? I have s-video out feature, but when I connect it to my tv - blank screen. TV is working fine, and cables are connected properly. Also tried rebooting and typing Fn-F8... No luck.

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Hey check this site ,may be it will help you out

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