6067 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 2, 2008 6:01 AM by donald0585
This could be an obvious question, but is the receiver switched to display from that video input?
The F7 key shouldn't matter because either way, you should see some kind of Mac image on the TV, whether it's a blank desktop (indicated Extended Desktop mode) or the main menu bar and desktop (indicating mirror mode). What would matter more would be the Detect Displays button, or the Detect Displays command on the Displays menu icon. If you click Detect Displays and the TV remains blank, there is an issue either with the receiver's video input setting or maybe the cable.
Thanks for your reply. The receiver's video input is set on auxiliary, which is where I have the cable plugged in. I've tried different cables to make sure I did not have a bad cable. When I did the "detect displays", it did detect the TV, but would not display from the PowerBook. I've tried it with two different receiver's in our house.