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Pc to TV, NO color

I have hooked up my V2000 laptop to a TV/VCR thru the S port to an RCA port on the TV/VCR. I get good picture and sound but it is in black and white. Tried the same thing on another newer TV with the same result. Have been on 2 chats with HP techs but they weren't able to figure it out either. Any ideas?

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  • Mac8tac Nov 28, 2007

    I have been to the advanced to set up the display but am not sure how to adjust the video card to get the color in the TV display. There are a lot of options in color management, should I keep trying different settings there? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I have hooked up my laptop to the TV using the S port. I haven't seen the best results yet.

Have you checked the display driver settings? Control Panel -> Display -> Settings -> Advanced.

Here you have a bit more options on tweaking the video card.

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