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Laptop to LCD TV HDMI connection problems

by SherbazAwan / November 23, 2010 7:51 PM PST

Following are the specs for the equipment i am using;


Sony Bravia LCD TV V series KLV-32V400B with 3 HDMI Input

Laptop Specs:

Sony Vaio E series VPCEB27FA With Windows 7 Home Premium with ATI Radeon Mobility HD 5650.


I have connected my Laptop with the TV using HDMI cable. My laptop is detecting my TV and also showing the resolutions available. my sound driver has also automatically detected the LCD TV. The TV is not showing any signal, i have tried using the HDMI control device search feature but it says no input device found. Can anyone help me with this.

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