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that particular model of computer
l305-s5919 has RGB component out
while the tv seems to be rca input.
does the tv have component in.
you may find an adapter like this might work
Sounds like your screen resolution has gotten changed. Plug your VGA cable in and reset it to 1024x768. Then with the laptop on remove the VGA cable. When you connect your laptop to other devices like that, make sure you are not setting the resolution to the same as the TV.
Try using different usb ports on your computer. If it doesn't work then try hooking up your iphone to another computer. If it still isn't being recognized then try a different IPHONE USB cable. If your Iphone still can't be recognized after all of this then read the article at the link below. http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1538
Also try restoring your iphone to factory defaults if necessary. This is a last resort. If your iphone still won't get recognized by the computer then it could be the connection on the Iphone is defective and in that case replacing the phone is the only option.
I have the very same MB on my desktop. The VGA is not available for 7 and not likely to be. you can go to the SITE and run the tool, It will give you all the updates available, which isn't likely to be many. I have decided to get a new MB after I get taxes next year. I'm sorry this isn't good news, but that is the meat of the matter
If it's a laptop, they've usually got a vga connector on the rear panel which you can use to connect to an external monitor...or a projector if it's got the same (vga) connector. If your projector only has ajack socket, then that's not a standard connector for a video input and maybe you should consult your projector's user guide for clarification of the connectors (are you sure your jack socket isn't actually a phono or RCA socket? if it is, then your laptop video output signal probably isn't compatible with the projector as there's no way to make s-video output feed anything other than a s-video input (different signal levels and standards)
If it was playing the video fine initially, there should be no reason for that to change. Most likely the video card on the laptop is overheating or dying, which results in the change in colors. I fix laptops at my computer repair shop, and most are HP Pavilion DV6000 and DV9000, and they are notorious for having bad video chips on the motherboards. If it is still under warranty I would back up your data from the hard drive then send it in to HP to have fixed or replaced. If it isn't under warranty I would try to connect your tv using just a VGA cable, and see if the same thing happens. If it does, you have a bad video card. If it doesn't happen then you may still have a bad video card, it's just that the VGA signal isn't as high powered/high resolution so your card doesn't get pushed hard enough to malfunction. Try the VGA cable and let me know how it works.
hello. are there other computers in your house that are connected to your router? are there any other devices connected?
you should always start from your AP(access point) and work your way to your computer from there 9 times out of 10 it isn't your computer. Check that the filters are at all AP's in the house. also the router is beside anything that will cause interferance such as mobile phones, landline telephones, microwaves, radio's.
if everything is checked and the router is fully connected then you can check your computer. When switching from ISP's they will usually provide you a firmware disk so that the router will automatically connect with your computers IP. please run the setup disc if you havent already done so.
(when you change you ISP there is a usually a cooling period that you have to got through before they actually turn your line on. )
please let me know if the problem still persists after trying these methods first.