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? svideo

by andreabocell / October 28, 2005 6:37 PM PDT

is my laptop svideo input output ? Both i have an hp pavilion ze2315us? thanks for the help,,!

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(NT) (NT) Output.
by Coryphaeus / October 28, 2005 9:42 PM PDT
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by andreabocell / November 23, 2005 9:03 AM PST
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how do use it ?

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You can buy ......
by king guru / November 23, 2005 11:07 AM PST
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S Video cables from most computer stores. You will notice there is the same S Video socket on most reasonably modern TV's next to the antenna input as there is on the back of your computer. The signal channel on the TV is usually the AV channel but you may need to tune to find it. Then you would be able to pretty much use your TV as a monitor. Its only really an extension of what you see on your computer monitor. If you want the interactivity of media center that's a whole different issue.

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King hit right on it!!!
by Earth911 / November 25, 2005 4:24 PM PST
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I had ATI video card and watched movies on 52 Projection screen Tv. You must have the software from that video card so you can configure it so you can use you're TV.It's not just plug the cable in to card to TV and you're watching.

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that dident help
by andreabocell / November 26, 2005 11:42 AM PST

You must have the software from that video card so you can configure it so you can use you're TV.It's not just plug the cable in to card to TV and you're watching. ?how do get that software

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