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Old 03-13-2012, 08:03 PM   #1
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the cable works on the xbox to the tv. however when i plug it into the computer, my tv wont pick up the picture. is there a program i need to install?
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exactly what computer model and tv model. not all tvs will allow hdml pc hookup even though they have an hdml port.
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You have to be ensure you are using a TV spec resolution (ie: 480/720/1080 @ 60hz ). You are using a TV input, so you have to use TV spec resolutions.

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some tv's will only connect a computer through a vga port
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I know it's a basic question but are you activating the tv in the display properties? It will not automatically send video by itself.
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