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HP laptop composite video output problem


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JonathanR

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There is a compotiste video output plug on the back of my HP laptop. Now back when this pc ran off win 2000 i could just right click on the desktop and then choose to "output to television." but now that win xp is installed, I don't seem to see a way to connect to the television like before. can anyone help me?
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depending on your video card you should be able to right click on the desktop and go to settings and it should show you two monitors (as long as your video card supports them) you should be able to monkey around in those settings..or in the advanced tab of that same window
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What is the model of your notebook?
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dell isnpiron 600m
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I thought is was HP?
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his is hp.....for some reason i thoung you were asking about mine...sorry us egocentric network admins ya know
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It would be nice to know the model.
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its an HP OmniBook XE3
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Which would it be?

A. HP OmniBook xe3-gc Notebook PC



B.HP OmniBook xe3-gd Notebook PC



C.HP OmniBook xe3-ge Notebook PC


D. HP OmniBook xe3-gf Notebook PC
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OmniBook XE3 GF
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Click Here: HP Pavilion N54XX-GF and HP Omnibook XE3-GF Video Driver for Windows XP

Also, I would use this. This is all the drivers for XP: Windows XP Driver Package for HP Omnibook XE3-GF and Pavilion N54xx-GF Series Notebook Computers

Tell me how this goes........ This are the drivers for XP. Good luck :tazz: .
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