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ok i have to make this short so my spelling will suck, please reply within an hour. ok i have this hp pavilion slimline (not shure what model) and i has a s video jack, so does my 52 inch sharp tv. so i plud the cables both in and i dont get an image, i don't see a secound display in the settings or nividea, i read this tutorial:
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but anyway it says if you go to personolization, there should be an "add monitor or projector" button in the "tasks" bar. i cant finad it, i have win vista home premium
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Right-click on any empty area of the desktop and then select Personalize. Once that window opens, click on “Connect to a projector or other external display” on the left, under "Tasks".

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thats my point, i don't see that button.
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Hmmm... that's weird. Don't believe I've seen|heard of that one before. Hopefully someone that has will drop in here soon.
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