I HAVE A HYBRID CONNECTED TO AN HDTV THROUGH A HDMI CABLE. I GOES IDDLE, AS IF IT GOES INTO HYBERNATION. HE TV SAYS NO SIGNAL AND THE WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE DON'T SEEM TO WORK! HELP!!!!!!!!!!VB NYC
I have exactly the same problem (the Hybrid seems being in hibernation, wireless keyboard, wireless mouse). The only difference is that, in my case, the hybrid is connected to a 19" LCD monitor. Thanks.
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if you have cable-TV then you have a Set-top-box and there should be a separate HDMI cable from that cable box to the TV, as well as an HDMI-cable from the PC to the TV.
This means that when you want to use as a monitor, the TV Input would have to be changed to PC, and when you watch TV, you need to change the Input back to Cable. It sounds like you are watching TV through the PC.
i have a vizio hd tv myself, and i can connect my pc's to it if i have the correct cables. my tv is not internet capable but if it was and you have wireless you should be able to do it without cables. if your pc has hdmi port and your tv has hdmi port that would be the easiest way. else look at tv for a pci connection and get a usb/pci cable to connect the two.
If I'm understand you correctly you said you have the HDMI Cable and the VGA Cable comming from the Computer to the TV. You should only have one cable. Either use the HDMI from the computer to the HDMI to the TV or use the VGA from the Computer to the VGA on the TV. Once you have the cable connect select your input on the TV. If you have the VGA Cable connected your input to select on the tv will probably be PC or Computer. If you use the HDMI Cable your input to select on the TV will be HDMI.
One you connect the cables and select the input try rebooting the computer and the video might show up automatically on the tv. If not you will have to hit the FN (Function key) + the correct (F1 thru F12) key that corresponds to the external display. The correct key will probably have CRT/LCD on it or it might have the icon of a display. Press and Hold the FN key then hit the correct key (F1 thru F12) that toggles the display. The display will toggle on 3 setups (Computer only, TV only, both the TV and Computer).
Now as for not being able to boot up normally that's another issue.
If you don't have an HDMI connection on your computer, then you will need to get a VGA cable. There should be a VGA connection on your tv. Just disconnect the monitor on your computer and connect the VGA cable from the computer monitor port to the VGA port on the tv. You may have to set the tv for PC or Aux input. You won't have high definition or sound to the tv with a VGA cable though. The sound will still come through your PC speakers.
starts up windows and shows safe-mode. That right there is your problem, windows defaults the monitor down to regular 640 mode. I will cut out the hdmi since that is not a monitor. Safe-mode is used to trouble shoot your computer and it loads just barely the drivers you need to see and work with the computer. You will have to get the computer to boot up normally then proceed from there, also you will have to set up your video card to output hdmi.
To my knowledge, the Sharp LC-42D62U do not have a VGA or DVI inputs. While they lack dedicated PC inputs, you can make use of one of the HDMI
inputs, use a DVI-to-HDMI
adapter and connect to a computer that has a DVI output.
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