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As far as I can tell, this had a TV card built right into the system. Unfortunately this appears to have been analogue only to so you will need to disable it and buy an external USB DTV-B device instead.
I am going to suggest with that message, the the TV does not understand the signals it is getting from the PC.
Reboot the laptop while connected to the TV, and turn the TV off, then On, while the PC is connected. If you continue to get the message, look in the manual for the TV to determine the reason for the message.
verify the settings for your monitor are correct. with a video card that supports an HDMI output you should be able to go into your display properties (maybe advanced properties) and either force the TV detection or force the HDMI output to be enabled so it's displaying on your PC and your TV simultaniously. I know with N Vidia GeForce video cards you can do this and with most major brands it should work similarly.
I couldn't find a listing for that particular model, but it may be that it's similar to one of the others listed and you can find help there. Maybe if you tell us what problem you're having with the phone, we can fix it that way.