you will need to purchase a cable that will connect from the laptop (see above ports) to the tv. most newer tv's come with dvi and hdmi if you notebook is newer it may have the dvi port which makes things easy. if this is that case you need a dvi to hdmi cable which can be found at and radio shack or future shop.
once connected you enable the tv as your default monitor by right clicking on the desktop and selecting properties in the menu. Once there you click on the settings tab and enable the monitor/tv there. hope this helps let me know if you have a vga port and i can give you some options for connecting to the tv with that.
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You can convert it to MP4 in the "Save As" menu in PowerPoint and then burn it to DVD. I used ConvertX to make mine, no menu with one title, start presentation when disc is inserted, repeat from beginning when over.
It means it is only for putting new firmware onto the tv. You won't be able to load anything through this USB port. The TV is looking for a specific filename to run and even if you named your powerpoint presentation the right name, the TV will not be able to display it.
Your next best option is to get a DVD player that has a USB port for MEDIA and load a slideshow of IMAGES. You'll have to export your PowerPoint as images first (obviously).
this shows that the standby power is present,check and test the horizontal output transistor and the filter capacitor for their functionality and replace then give it a try but by first connecting a 100w light bulb in series where the power input fuse is supporsed to be.if the tv can turn on then you can now put back the fuse and test again
In addition to setting your TV to PC input, you have to set your PC to TV output, so to speak. This is done through your display settings. In windows, go to the control panel, and then 'appearance and personalization' or 'display' or something like that. That part depends on what operating system you're running. If you want to let me know which one, I'll advise you further.
Something is wrong whith the HDMI jack it's self, or the electronic switching is not sensing a signal is present. In either case the board that has the HDMI jack you are using needs to be replaced. Most all these boards are double printed, Multi-layered or both which prevents replacing the jack it's self. I do have a question though, do you only have on HDMI jack on the unit or do you have another one available.
try to right click the desktop and choose graphics options, you will have to select the correct output for your setup. i.e. laptop to monitor, etc etc see if that works,...sounds like you have a connection, you will have to play with these settings until it pops up. worked with a similar scenario, sometimes you have to do stufff twice and it works on the second time not the first, electronics are weird.
keep changing the settings in the graphics options until it comes up the way you want it.
you should have a button that you have to press to get it to switch over, on mine i have to press and hold the Fn key then press the F4 key might not be the same on yours but you should have a f something key that has what looks like a little screen on it that is to switch the output if that does not work try hooking up your laptop just like before, and then restart it. good luck