Question about Televison & Video
Check to see that the TV is set to the proper input mode so that it take in a signal from the rear VGA connector. It is very important that you bought a compatible cable that can work between your TV set and type of computer.
Make sure that the laptop is set to the TV's native mode, or in a lower mode than the TV manufacture specifies. The native mode is the best.
Consult the computer's instruction manual or the information about its display card for how to activate the VGA mode to drive an external or second monitor, and or a TV set.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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