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Most Laptops have a VGA output port. You would just hook this to the VGA input of the TV for video (picture). You would then need to hook an audio cable from the laptops headphone jack to the TV's VGA's Audio Input jack. Newer laptops have a HDMI output so that is easier and can hook directly to the TV's HDMI input for both video and audio.
You have to have an HDMI, DVI, HD, or RGBHV input on the back of your tv. Get the proper cable to go from your computer the tv, plug into your tv, select the right input that matches where you have plugged it in. Lastly you will have to hit function 4 on your computer to change it to remote viewing monitor.
Check your ports on the lap top see if you have s video or hdmi or dvi or VGA the best is hdmi if you have that get a cable for either one of you connections also match connections from the lap top to what you have for your TV more than likely if they are both fairly new you should have hdmi connections for both get a cable that is long enough. I get my cables at amazon.com their prices are the bomb.
Connect them together both ends to lap top and to tv then make sure that you have a line in jack stereo jack with RCA ends hook that to the back of your tv and your lap top in stereo jack even better to your surround sound system. Set your TV to AVI 1 or 2 or DVI or whichever is your connection start a movie on the lap top and turn your sound on and see if you have a picture on your screen you should have the same thing as what is showing on your monitor on your lap top. Adjust settings and have fun!
Be sure your channel settings are correct and that you have proper orientation of the hook up cables. See if your remote has a video-mute if so turn it off...a video-mute will produce a blue or black screen. To be sure its not the tuner that's enter the menu screen if you can see the menu then the tuner is ok this means the down-stream video is functioning. Be sure to have all your input devices set to the correct output ports. If all check good and still blue screen then the logic section is not processing video codecs and needs servicing.
In order to send the picture from any computer to a TV screen, you must have a VGA input on the TV. You can't output your computer signal using s-video, HDMI, or component cables because they aren't designed for computer use. If you have a VGA connection on your TV, then you can use a standard VGA cable. If your TV doesn't have one, unfortunately you're out of luck.
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Hi I am a silver surfer but this is how I got it working First off get the program tou want to watch up on PC Moniter(screen) Then connect 3 cables Yellow cables / One end to tv other end to yellow hole rear of PC/TV Box
Grey cable small end goes in PC/TV Box just behind the wirds "kworld" other end goes into back of your Computer ,you need to check your Computer manual to see the which one is the connection to your Computer screen(moniter),mine was blue with 2 screws , disconnect this and screw in Grey cable
Black cable narrow flat end into front bottom of Computer ,other end intoPC/TV Box end hole next to yellow cable
Switch on TV and change AV until you see your program, sound will be thu your Computer Speakers NOT your TV
if theres nothing happening on ur pc like same as tv its probably the tv config ...
check tv setup
check tv screen saver..if it disabled it would explain why screen black...
could try checking power settings in pc(screensaver properties)