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Re: VGA Adaptor to HMDI Connector
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Is there a HMDI output on your Laptop or a VGA output. Some TV's have a DSUB input source that allows VGA depends on your laptop it could be HDMI if so TV should have an extraz HDMI input on the back and you change the source input on the TV to the HDMI 2 or HDMI 3 source depending on where you plugged in the P.C. . If HDMI you need to buy a HDMI cable.
Your laptop does not have HDMI port only VGA, you have two choices check if your TV has a VGA port and if it does you can connect the laptop to the tv (you will need a vga cable.) if tv doesnt have VGA connector then you could try finding a USB to HDMI adaptor for example: http://www.cooldrives.com/index.php/usb-hdmi-adapter-dvi.html
Hi, For that Laptop problem. try this solution first remove battery backup of your laptop and then connect power supply adaptor then power on, if not yet screen display. try also cleaning laptop memory module slot at back of laptop. Check-up also power supply adaptor for 100% working good. also laptop hole connector for power supply.
Just let me know if not yet working your PC laptop.
Ckeck if your adaptor has power on the connector to laptop.
Might be damaged power cord (to and from the adaptor) or broken adaptor.
While there was power in the battery, it was running, but not charging.
Now the battery is emty and can't be charged because of broken adaptor/cables.
If you find there is no power from the adaptor, bepair it or buy a new one.
Do not try to repair the adaptor by yourself if you are not a technician, it is DANGEROUS ! Either give it to a qualified servicer, or betteer, buy a new one.
If you have tested the power adaptor with a multi-meter to confirm it is OK or the other adaptor is also OK assuming that it is the correct voltage and at least the same current rating. Then the fault is most likely the power connector in the laptop.
To confirm this, power up as normal with the power adaptor connected and switched on, when the blue LED dims wriggle the power connector where it connects into the laptop and if the LED comes on or blinks, that means that you have a faulty power connector, it couls be a dry solder joint at the power connector.
It is possible that the power adaptor is shutting down (thermal overload) due to insufficient current capacity, Check the Amp rating of the laptop, it is usually on the lable on the botom of the laptop and check it against the power adaptor, the adaptor should be equal too or greater that the laptop's current rating.
To fix a faulty connector, you can dismantle the laptop and with a fine tip temperature controlled soldering iron, resolder the power connector and hopefully this will fix your prolem.
You may be able to get a battery charger but its rare.
If you do wish to use the AC adapter, take care with positive and negative. Also the voltage of the battery is actually lower than the AC adapter in order to get charged. I don't know what is going to happen if you do choose to use AC adapter as battery. 75% chance that it will work.