11 Replies Latest reply on Apr 12, 2010 8:56 PM by harmoncp

    PC to TV via S-Video


      In the past I was able to extend my desktop to my television via s-video without issue in the past. I restored my notebook to it's factory settings and haven't been able to connect to the television since then. I am running updated drivers.

      Prior to reverting to factory settings, my Intel GMA displayed options for both the notebook and the television.


      Since, it only displays the notebook as seen here.




      I've been troubleshooting on another web-community and have logged everything I've tried there...


      Below is the information provided by my Intel GMA's information feature:


          Intel(R) Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Mobile Report

      Report Date:        02/15/2010
      Report Time[hr:mm:ss]:    21:47:23
      Driver Version:
      Operating System:        Windows Vista (TM) Home Premium* , Service Pack 2 (6.0.6002)
      Default Language:        English
      DirectX* Version:        10.0
      Physical Memory:        3061 MB
      Minimum Graphics Memory:    8 MB
      Maximum Graphics Memory:    256 MB
      Graphics Memory in Use:    113 MB
      Processor:        x86 family 6 Model 14 Stepping 12
      Processor Speed:        1995 MHZ
      Vendor ID:        8086
      Device ID:        27A2
      Device Revision:        03

      *   Accelerator Information   *

      Accelerator in Use:        Mobile Intel(R) 945 Express Chipset Family
      Video BIOS:        1377
      Current Graphics Mode:    1280 by 800 True Color (60 Hz)

      *   Devices Connected to the Graphics Accelerator   *

      Active Notebook Displays: 1

      *   Notebook   *

      Monitor Name:       
      Display Type:        Digital
      Gamma Value:        2.20
      DDC2 Protocol:        Supported
      Maximum Image Size:    Horizontal: Not Available
                  Vertical:   Not Available
      Monitor Supported Modes:
      1280 by 800 (60 Hz)
      Display Power Management Support:
          Standby Mode:    Not Supported
          Suspend Mode:    Not Supported
          Active Off Mode: Not Supported

      * Other names and brands are the property of their respective owners


      I've had this running before, I can't understand why it won't work this time around. My television is certainly capable.


      Please help!! Thank you!!