Question about Dell Inspiron 6000 Notebook
I found your information on how to connect to TV and followed instructions. When I go to connect the screen on my cpu goes blank and then pops back up and defults to the laptop setting and wont transfer to TV???
If there is no display on your TV, HDTV, or Projector, please make sure that all of your connections are set up properly and that you have enabled the display in the Catalyst Control Center. The connectors that you will be using would be Svideo for TVOUT, DVI-to-HDTV (Component video), VGA-to-HDTV (Component video) for HDTV, and DVI, VGA, or Svideo for the projector.
Here are the steps to properly setup and enable TV, HDTV, or Projector:
Starting Windows with TV or Projector Display Enabled The TV screen may become scrambled during the initial Windows® logo display. This is only a temporary effect and your screen will be restored within a few seconds. During start up, your RADEON will go through a sequence of mode settings, during which your TV display will remain blank. This process takes only a few seconds and helps program the TV display.
For more information on connecting your second display to your Video card, including supported output device combinations, please refer to your user’s manual.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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