Question about Dell Latitude C600 Notebook
Everything is hooked up alright. The image only appears for a few seconds while booting up then the image disappears. Is there a configuration problem or is the image signal not compatible with the tv input circuit... how can I solve any of these problems?
I was having the same problem as you before. Follow this and you'll be set. First go to http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/GRAPHICS-BOARD/OTHERS/Dell-Latitude-C600-ATI-Mobility-Graphics-Driver-A03.shtml
download the driver and install it. You will be prompted to reboot. After restarting right click desktop, click properties, select settings, then advanced, then turn on the TV option. Good luck, this work miracles for me.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
If its a dell laptop ,press the Fn key and then press the F8 key twice to get the screen on TV or else i recomend u to get a VGA cable instead of s-video cable .
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
I know this is a old thread but i was having this problem. Set display to a 800x600, turned overlays off. Used the fn keys, none of it worked for me. laptop had 7 pin s video, tv had 4 pin. what did work was turning hardware acceleration off and restart the computer.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
Go to control panel click add remove program, delete the previouse program for the camera then restart. To install the new driver right click the my computer click properties, hardware,device manager after that try to find the accessories for the camera then you notice the driver have question mark. double click, then install the driver.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
Look at your Function keys. It will be either F3, or F5 depending on model. Just look for the key with the picture of a little monitor on it. Some models use 2 different keys to go back and forth between outputs. These keys toggle the video between the laptops LCD and an external monitor.
Hold down the "FN" key (located on the lower left of the keyboard), while tapping the above mentioned Function key.
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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