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I Currently have a hp nx6125 notebook which i attatch to my tv via an s video cable and in the last few weeks i have been unable to view images photo or video but can see the rest of my screen. Example i open up windows media put on a video and can see everything but the picture of the video which remains a black space. how do i fix this?

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  • Gandgwhite Aug 06, 2008

    Thanks for the sugggestion but as I said I can see everything else on the screen so cable and cards ok. The only thing i cannot see is media image.

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Check that your tv, sd cable, and sd slot are working properly. Try testing with other electronics

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

  • Suvvy Roy Aug 06, 2008

    You may also want to try using different software, i.e. itunes or winamp instead of windows media player to see if media player settings are a problem

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