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  • DTfromTX Mar 13, 2009

    I am trying to get my PC to display on the TV through a HDMI connection. The computer ses the TV in the display properties and will even allow you to enable the display. However nothing is ever shown on the TV.

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Depends on what hook ups are available for your tv. I saw your question and went to
showmecables.com. and saw an assortment of cables that can be used depending on what is needed by your tv


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