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PC to TV Picture

Well, I can't get my TV to show my PC display. The source button skips right over "PC" and even under menu/input "PC" is grayed out. I'm using a standard VGA cable, trying to get my laptop to display on the TV. I know it isn't the laptop, because if I hook it to my desktop monitor it works just fine. I have a Samsung LN-S4092D. Any help would be great. Thanks! - Jay

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