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How do I connect my laptop to my Sony LCD TV? I have tried the recommended RGB on the back of the TV to the RGB monitor port on my Toshiba computer. All I get is 'no syns' on the TV screen. Can you help?
Thanks, Tony Cull; tonita1717@hotmail.com

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Have you tried selecting it through all the option screens by pressing TV/VIDEO?

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