Question about Televison & Video
Want to watch videos by connecting my laptop to my LCD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Using LCD as HP laptop monitor
there is a key on your laptop keyboard that will allow you to switch from built in to external monitor. you need to hit the function key and this one at the same time, this will fix that for you.
(I don't remember which key it is, but it's at near the top left.)
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
can you use the vga source from your laptop to the pc input on the LG a standard vga monitor cable will do then set your laptop to output the vga signal
Posted on Mar 23, 2008
Atlast I got some help from the right people (Samsung)! I would like to share it with others facing the same problem:
If you are using the D-sub 15 pin jack (VGA Monitor Cable: make sure its 15 pin and NOT 14 pins), follow these steps:
b. Both your Notebook and TV should be switched off when you are connecting the cable otherwise one of them might have a problem detecting the other one.
c. Try Pressing Fn + F5, F6, F7 (depends on which Notebook brand you are using) on your Notebook several times. At times, you will see some signs that the Notebook and TV are trying to connect. Select 'CRT' from list of displays available to you.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
You have to configure yout laptop to output through the s-video (which does not carry sound, so you need to either use the laptop speakers for sound, or the line output (headphone jack) to the TV).
I don't know if all toshibas are the same, but with mine, if I hold Fn (near the windows key) and press F5, it will change the output, do it a few times until you see a picture on the TV, some settings make this your extended desktop, meaning you can drag a window from one screen to another.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
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