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extending desktop to your tv

Post by andysteel on Thu Nov 12, 2009 1:58 pm

ive been watching movies on my tv by extending desktop to tv now my pc wont let me someone please help

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Re: extending desktop to your tv

Post by Nazzgull on Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:04 pm

Hi,
Please check your cables. If you have S video, plug one side in your TV, and other side in PC.


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Post by Doctor Inferno on Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:12 pm

Hello,

You what type of cable connections are you using? VGA? HDMI? S-Video? DVI?


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Re: extending desktop to your tv

Post by andysteel on Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:15 pm

ati hydravision all drivers have been updated and used it b4 but decided to switch itself off now wont let me check the box to extend it also using s video cables which i have checked and they are plugged in fine

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Re: extending desktop to your tv

Post by Doctor Inferno on Thu Nov 12, 2009 2:52 pm

Hello,

Press the FN key and your computer's corresponding "F-number" key. For instance, on some Toshiba laptops you press the FN+F5 simultaneously four times to get the TV-Out setting. The "FN" key is a short-cut key on most laptop keyboards. Note, the combination keys that you may have to press depend on your laptop. Here's a brief list: Acer Fn+F3; Dell Fn+F8; Fujitsu Fn+F5; Gateway Fn+F3; HP Fn+F5; IBM Fn+F1 or +F3, +F7 +F8; NEC Fn+F3; Panasonic Fn+F2; Samsung Fn+F4 or F5 or F6; Sharp Fn+F5; Sony Fn+F7; and Toshiba Fn+F5 or +F7.


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