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  1. Hi everyone, I recently acquired myself an Apple TV, but when I hooked it up I noticed some very strange colours. I have tried almost everything firmware update, gammar changes, different colour outputs etc. Somehow I am still not able to get a nice clear picture(It's the same with my computer). I get these green spots in the dark areas and some yellow lines in the white areas of any picture. Everything that I connect with HDMI give me these odd looking colours. So now I am calling for your help. Please help me! Here's some pictures so you can get an idea of what I might be talking about(both pictures were taken while my TV was connect to my PC via HDMI): http://postimage.org/image/vtmfrmfhd/ http://postimage.org/image/7fxcbgx5t/ Regards - depressed Sony TV-owner
  2. I have a Sony Vaio VPCEH12FX 15.5" laptop. Current Setup: Running 2 monitors (3 total displays including the laptop screen) Goal: Run 3 monitors (4 total displays including the laptop screen) Problem: The laptop's HDMI and VGA outputs are too close together, and only one can be utilized at a time. Partial Solution: To get my second VGA monitor I'm currently using this converter that converts the VGA to USB so I can use a USB port instead of the blocked VGA port. Solution Needed: I want to utilize the blocked HDMI port so I can get a 3rd monitor running (4 displays including the laptop screen). I can't use another USB converter device because its already slowing down the CPU/Memory. Any suggestions on how to access that cramped port? Any other suggestions?
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