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First thing to check is verify that the both the connections are in all the way. The best way to do this - don't just check - pull 'em and replug in both sides.

And you have changed the input on the TV to the correct one.

I assume you have the mini-DVI to DVI adapter attached to your MacBook?
DVI cable is plugged into that and to the TV.

Need the make and model of your TV for best (accurate) help.

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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