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Offline RICK

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« on: Jan 04, 2001, 05:51 AM »
Hi Wayne

Try this:control panel-display-settings-advanced(0n bottom)-displays-check television

UNCHECK LCD PANEL-apply

Make sure tv is on video & all wire connections ar made while laptop is off

Let me know if that works

Rick

walvdon

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« Reply #1 on: Jan 07, 2001, 08:14 PM »
Hi Rick

I have the same problem as Wayne and would like to try your fix, however I remember reading somewhere that if I turn off the LCD and something goes wrong I'll have no display to work with in order to get back to square one. Any thoughts on this? Can't I have both displays activated??

Walt



 

Offline RICK

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« Reply #2 on: Jan 08, 2001, 06:13 AM »
Hi Walt,

It worked for me!

I think if you reboot it goes back to lcd monitor.It did it for me.

Rick







Edited by - rick on Jan 08 2001  09:14:42 AM

walvdon

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« Reply #3 on: Jan 09, 2001, 11:37 AM »
Hey Rick

I got up enough nerve to try your fix and HOOray!! it worked just as you said. I've been foolin' around with this problen for months and want to thank you for solving it. I owe ya.

Walt



 

Wayne

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Quantex Laptop TS30I TV Out
« Reply #4 on: Dec 28, 2000, 05:11 PM »
Hi,



I'm trying to get my display on the TV.  I've got an S-video-to-RCA adapter, enabled TV out, and when I boot up, there it is on my television.  However, when the Windows 98 startup screen concludes, the display reverts to my laptop only.  I've tried the FN-F5 toggle and nothing happens.  What am I missing?  Is it a Windows driver issue or what?  Any help would be appreciated.