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Using TV as external monitor

I bought an Svideo cable with an Svideo plug on one end - to go into my laptop - and an RCA plug on the other end to plug into the front of the TV. I plugged it in and 1) it distorted the display on my laptop and 2) I didn't get any display on the TV in either Aux1 or Aux2 modes. What do I need to do?

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  • Nancy Nuce Apr 14, 2007

    Thanks anyway, but I'm afraid you are mistaken.

    After some more research, I found out what to do. I had to download a driver from HP for my laptop and then "toggle" the fn-f4 keys to get the picture to display on both the TV and the laptop at the same time.

    As for the distorted display on the laptop, this was fixed by going into the "advanced" section of the display options and re-setting the settings.

    All's well that ends well!

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Your are getting some signals feed back to your computer which damage your computer.it wont work you will have to get a computer monitor to do the job good luck.

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