All, I've got some questions regarding hooking up my laptop to my TV for viewing downloaded .avi files. I've got a work laptop, a Dell Latitude C600 with an "ATI Mobility M3" video card that has an S-Video out, running Windows 2000 Professional. I tried last night to hook this up to my TV to view some avi's that I had downloaded, but things didn't go so well. I tried using Windows Media Player to view then, but they must be compressed with divx since I only got audio, no video. So I installed the divx player and now I'm able to view them properly on the laptop's built in screen. So I hook the s-video output into my TV and switch to that input, and I did actually get my desktop to show up. A few things were wrong: first, it didn't resize to a resolution that my TV supports (it's a 4 year old or so Sony that's not HD, strictly NTSC) so everything was really blurry. Second, when I tried to play the same AVI, it gave no video within the player's window, not even on the laptop's display (the rest of the desktop was still there). Under the advanced section of the display properties, there's a few custom ATI tabs, one of which seems to be used to set up the different display devices that you can hook up; monitor, LCD, and TV. The TV, however, was listed as having a max resolution of 1600x1200, which is incorrect, and I could find no way of changing this. I had to disconnect the s-video cable and switch the laptop's display back to the LCD being "primary" for the video to properly play back. I know it's a long shot, but has anyone else tried this? Any suggestions? I believe there's updated video drivers available, should I start there? I was rather apprehensive about this, since it's a work PC and I don't want to risk screwing it up again (like I did when I removed it from the domain in an attempt to share files with my other PC... D'oh!).... Thanks, -Brett.