I've got a socket on the right hand side of my laptop marked TV but I have no idea what it is used for. I guess it's got something to do with Television. If it helps I have a Time CyberNote 953E laptop.
I have just tryed connecting it to my TV. On my video channel I got a light blue screen that flickerd when my laptop was on. I tryed re tuning but no luck, also tryed switching my TV to the american standard but no luck. My video is on feq. C60 whatever that means. Any help.
if you click "display/gpu" it should at least tell you what video adapter you have.
also click "devices/physical devices" and have a look here.
and "motherboard/integrated devices"should give you some more info.
you said above "I have just tryed connecting it to my TV. On my video channel I got a light blue screen that flickerd when my laptop was on"
i have never heard of tv out connection using an RF connector but an RF lead will plug into a composite tv out connection,it wont work though.
if it is an RF socket it will be for an ariel to connect to the laptop tv tuner.i dont think you have this though .
it does sound more like its maybe composite video out,these are a lot more common.the connector may not be yellow in colour,sometimes they are not colour coded.
attach a phono lead from this to the video in on your tv if you have one(it should be yellow in colour on most tvs and is normally found under the flap on the front or at the side or back)if you dont have this connection on the tv you will need a composite to scart adapter.
going by the info aida32 gives you for your video adapter ie/ is it nvidia or ati or something else,get the latest drivers for it,then:
select the av channel on your tv remote control.
click control panel/display/settings/general (in xp anyway) there are two screens 1 & 2
click the second screen and tick "extend my desktop to this monitor)