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Originally Posted by cwa107 View Post
I have seen similar issues with my Sharp Aquos LCD TV. It seems that occasionally, the Sharp's own input management system gets confused as to the status of what's plugged into it.

In those cases, I find that unplugging (not powering off the TV, but actually physically unplugging it) and plugging it back in, usually does the trick.

Give it a shot and let us know how it goes.
Just tried it and it did not work. It's obvious the computer recognizes the TV. When I click "Mirror" the two screens come together and it allows me to set sound to "Panasonic TV." But, still nothing happens when I switch the TV to HDMI. I tried a different HDMI port but that didn't help, either. Kind of driving me nuts.
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