Question about HP Computers & Internet
First you have to make sure your TV has the right video input like VGA or DVI.
Then Your computer has to have DVI if the TV has DVI connector.
If the TV has VGA and you know that all computers come with at least VGA, all you would need is a VGA video cable.
Hook the cable to the VGA port, then set your TV to the input that coincides with VGA.
then you can set the resolution in the control Panel > display to the best resolution that gives you a good picture on the TV.
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