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This means that the windows setting you have set can not display on your current monitor. There are two ways to fix this, one is to boot the computer in safe mode by pressing f8 after the POST screen and change the resolution and the other is to plug the computer into a different monitor to see if supports that resolution and then change the resolution in windows to a lower setting.
In case you don't know how to change the resolution in windows, follow below.
Right click on the desktop Properties Settings at the top Move the slider to 1024x768 Click ok
Try rebooting. If that still doesn't work, try another resolution.
The problem is the cable. Those converter cables rarely work. they can't translate the scan rates properly. You need a converter box for the video signal, and get a cable to plug into the headphone jack on the laptop to send sound to the audio input on the TV. Here's a link to an example of the type of box you need to get the video working.
in order to fix this . you have to restart the device. to restart the device you press and hold back while also pressing and holding the top part of the zune pad until screen goes blank and zune logo appears this should work. if contact support comes back up try restoreing the device.
for more info on how to restore the zune go to zune.net/support and press technical issues and a list with how to fix any problems will appear