Your TV may just happen to be able to support the 1024 x 768 pixel resolution that the computer may be set to, however, if you lower the resolution to 800 problem is when I play a moview using windows media software - the movie dos not show on the LCD TV - although does on the laptop. Each of these monitors works just fine when I plug them into the first DVI slot on the video card, but neither will work when I plug it into the second See in Thread ↓#1 OtheHill January 15, 2012 at 07:00:40 I suggest you start over by first completely removing all ati (AMD) software. http://drivit.net/s-video/s-video-not-working-windows-7.html
I understood so far that i need to change something in my display settings, i cant figure out what though. has the following suggestions: "The computer runs Windows XP Pro and has a "Radeon IGP 345M", which I believe is made by ATI. through a scart adaptor?
There's a bunch of things that could easily go wrong. Network & Sharing Laptop not detecting wireless networks?I have just doen a reset of my laptop as it was very slow, and I have had it for 18 months and not Should I report it? The video plug, on the TVs tend to become loose.
Both are working fine. Network & Sharing TV Not Detecting Laptop From S-VideoWhen I was running windows vista, I could display my laptop on my TV with no issues. First you need the S-Video converter above then the S-Video to RF Coaxial converter. Jexx Gold MemberUsername: IlluminatorUSA Post Number: 2088Registered: Apr-05 Posted on Sunday, October 30, 2005 - 06:16 GMTYou'll need to enable it in your control panel's display settings.
Let us know how these things check out! I never had the issue you are having though. Computing.Net and Purch hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. When I connect the s-video cable and press the Fn+F4 keys to transfer the monitor to TV, the tv just blinks and shows some black and white grains on it but
Thank you!! I'm always careful to pull on the plug, not the cord. At the prompt, restart the notebook. Click on the 2nd one down so your on Monitor 2.
I downloaded the the driver listed on HP website for this specific service tag, again, and installed it, again. Check This Out It does nothing. Hot Network Questions What could cause humanity to migrate from land to water? XP?
As I stated previously, I have not installed any video drivers from AMD. I went to Display settings --> attached 2 monitor and clicked Apply. If that is correct, then that would explain why the drivers won't install.Go to the link below and use the support assistant to download the correct drivers for your laptop.http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/... http://drivit.net/s-video/s-video-not-working.html Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More...
You can always change the res back when not playing DVDs. - Click Apply - Press the FN key and your computer's corresponding "F-number" key. Once in there go to "settings" and then use the drop down list that has your monitor type in it. Component Video is also a video format like S-Video but it has the color information separated into two channels, whereas s-video has the color information on one channel.
OK, you may not like how your screen looks at this setting after usig high-res settings, but you'll certainly enjoy your DVD on your TV!!! I can hear sound and see the desktop. Report • #5 Tubesandwires March 13, 2012 at 07:32:11 Are you sure you're plugging the RCA cable into the right female RCA jack on the TV (yellow) ? Windows 7: TV not detecting laptop from S-video 07 Jun 2011 #1 TEK520 Windows 7 32 bit Home Premium 4 posts TV not detecting laptop from S-video I
How not to lose confidence in front of supervisor? Can they fail? I've installed all the drivers for my rig on my laptop's hard drive(XP), but that was because I hot-swapped the hard drive into the rig itself. http://drivit.net/s-video/s-video-cable-pc-tv-not-working.html You need to make some setting to get the display in the TV.
Pin 2 goes to nothing. (trial and error). OS: Win 7 Home Premium x64.