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Windows 7: Olevia TV not behaving properly...


04 Jan 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64/Windows 8.1 Pro x64
 
 
Olevia TV not behaving properly...

OK, as you know, my SSD died last week, and I've been rebuilding the system since then...

Today, I've been trying to add my Olevia TV via the HDMI cable [as the second screen]. When I click on screen resolution, the TV disappears for a second, then comes back. I also cannot really access settings for it...

I use the TV for my Virtual XP, and for watching BlueRay disks on [since I can pipe the sound over] so HELP!

My friend tells me that it's the cable. He keeps saying that higher end cables will work better...

For the record: ALL equipment except two of the HDs are new, the 3rd HD was in there before.
The video card is internal, the cable & TV was connected when the SSD was in the machine.

Am I explaining this properly?


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