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How Do I Get A Video Out On A Laptop!!!!!

Discussion in 'Hardware Q&A' started by Ambar, May 4, 2006.

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  1. Ambar

    Ambar aka. ViKiD?

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    i hv a compaq v-4000 notebook.
    it hs got a s video jack .
    i tried connecting to my tv using svideo to AV cable but to no use im not able to get tv out .,.......
    i hv tried installing third party app. but to no avail
    somebody help!!!!
     
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    mod-the-pc Back to School Mr. Bean !

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    Solution
    To properly extend the desktop to a monitor or TV use the following steps:

    1. Start the notebook with the monitor or TV connected.
    2. Type Ctrl + Alt + F12 to open the Intel Graphics Controller Properties.
    3. On the Devices tab, select Extended Desktop then click Apply.
    4. Click OK to confirm the desktop change.
    5. Set Primary Device to Monitor (Secondary Device will automatically change to Notebook).
    6. Click Apply.
    7. Click OK to confirm the desktop change.
    8. Click OK to close Intel Graphics Controller Properties.

    Try setting the resolution to 640x480@60Hz
     
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    THNkX DUDE IT worked.....

    just got a P4 extreme edition 3.5 GHZ on a MSI board wid 925 chipset ,two Ge force 6800 ultras in SLI mode,2 GB of ram ....
    looking to complete F.E.A.R......
     
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