Re: DVD on Thinkpad?
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Am 2004.11.21 10:51 schrieb(en) Anthony Campbell:
> On 20 Nov 2004, Loïc Minier wrote:
> Thanks to all on this list I now have DVDs working well on my
> One problem remains: I want to connect the computer to a TV. I can see
> the picture well on the TV but the sound does not come through. I've
> tried fiddling with the audio settings in xine and vlc but no help.
> I realize this may well be a hardware problem related to the TV
> than the Thinkpad but if anyone has any ideas I'd be interested.
iirc you had to explicitly control hte volume of the 3.5' output.
I don't want to be rude, but you do know that the video-cable doesn't
carry an audio signal, don't you? (saw that mistake ones ;)
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