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Connecting Television to Computer

I bought a VGA to RBG cord to connect my Panasonic TC-37LZ85 flat screen 37 inch 1080p to my Thinkpad T60 computer. I've gone through the display and tried connecting it so that i can display what is on my computer screen onto the television, but I cannot get it to show up. I'm not sure what display might be keeping it from showing up on the television. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    The television has three HDMI inputs ( not VGA inputs or DVI inputs), but the T60 has only a vga input, which is going to limit my options. When I restart my computer I get a partial green screen that disappears when I sign in. That tells me that something is connecting, but image wise nothing can be seen. That doesn't mean it will work, but it gives me hope that I might configure my settings to make it work. I'm not sure if my type of flat screen might shed some light. Also, I'm not interested in buying an expensive converter. I'm hoping to spend $50 or less for a reasonably quality image.

    Thanks for your reply and hope to hear back!


  • prendern Dec 06, 2008

    Last comment was from me, prendern

    Thanks!


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Does the tv have an hdmi, fpc or vga connector? these are the prefered inputs from a PC.

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    guest your issue is the screen resolution of your desktop is unsupported.

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