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cloning displays - help!

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Hi everyone. I was hoping someone could help me with a little home PC issue.

I recently bought a new LCD TV and wanted to clone my computer display onto the TV so that my wife and I could watch streaming things from Hulu on our living room TV.

I have an nVidia GeForce 8400 GS video card and had connected the video card to the TV using HD component cables and an adapter that came with the card.

Originally, when I was in my video card control panel, it said that my GPU supported two displays, but it would not allow me to have both running at the same time (my monitor and HDTV), so I updated the drivers on the card and now I get an error message that says "This GPU only supports one display. To support more displays, reboot your computer." I have done this several times but still get the same error message.

Can anyone help??
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