Most laptops will have a TV-out, with a yellow connector cable. You can connect this to your TV. It'll be great to watch movies that way, not to use as your normal monitor.
Hope this helps.
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By freeview, do you mean OTA (Over the Air)? is this connected via co-ax from an antenna / wall plate? If so you need to do an Auto Tune, if you move the antenna, you will need to auto tune each time, as it will only remember the ones it sees during the auto tune.
Buy a HDMI cable.Hook up one side of the HDMI cable to ur tv HDMI Hub.The other side of the HDMI cable to ur laptop USB Hub.That it u got a connnection,now go in ur tv input pick which HDMI inputs,u put it in,example 1 to 4 HDMI Hubs.Pick the one HDMI Hub that ur laptop it hook up in.That it now u got ur LCD tv used as a monitor.
the laptop should have a special area under display properties and goto settings you should see 2 screens if not it might need the top addres bar settings change and you will have to choose which screen is the primary and secondary and if you click to verify the screens the screens should have a number of which is the primary is 1 and secondary is 2 on the screen and if you have the icon to change these setting near the clock then try right clicking it and it should be up a option screen and it should should have the option to output to monitor and screen....
refresh rate, likely try to adjust to a compatible rate. the monitor manual will give you its compatible rates. the video card should have that rate available. if not, you may damage the monitor with the wrong rate. stop and try another monitor that has a refresh rate available on your video card. good luck mark