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Need help in connecitng a powerbook G4 to a sharp tv

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Hi all, I saw a couple threads similar in nature but not exactly the same so I decided to ask the question. I am sure someone will have some ideas...

I am trying to connect a powerbook to a sharp LCD TV but I am having no success. The powerbook is detecting the TV and even tells me the model of the TV, however I am not seeing a thing on the tv. I am using a DVI to HDMI cable. When I play around with the resolution I occasionally will see a "not supported" message flash on the TV. Thus it seems like the units are seeing each other, just not fully communicating.

Any thoughts are much appreciated.

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