Hello everyone, This problem is baffling me, so I imagine that I've missed something simple. I recently bought a 15m SVGA - SVGA male to male cable. I am trying to connect my PC to my LCD TV. Once plugging the cable in, PC nor TV detect a signal, even though the graphics card is set to "dual screen". (Nvidia 7900GS). I have a much shorter VGA cable which is only 2metres in length so I moved my PC closer so I could hook up my LCD using my older cable. The signals were successful. If I then unplug the old cable and try the new one the picture becomes stable, however any changes made through the PC to the display or a reboot forces the signal to be lost. It's like the new cable cannot initiate the signal itself? Obviously I do not particularly want to move things around the room just get the PC and TV to talk to each other. Why does the new cable work after the older cable picks up the signal? Your help would be very much appreciated, thank you!