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Connecting laptop to tv

I have read the other posts for this issue without success. I am trying to connect my windows HP Pavilion N5425 to display pictures on my Mitsubishi TV with a monster cable connection. I did it years ago so I know it is possible but don't remember how I did it. When I try hitting FN + f5 nothing happens on the screen. I have the monster cable connected to the video jack on the tv and swiched the input appropriately. I did see one reply about checking/changing the bios on the TV but no reponse. If that is the suggested solution, how do I do that with my TV? Thanks, Jay

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Try fn and f4 that works on my compaq, also right click on desktop and go to nvidia control panel and setup for multiple display

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