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Po????czenie laptpoa do tv

Mam laptopa toshibe z vista i chce pod??aczy?? go do tv- sony trinitron. Kupi??em kabel s-video drugi koniec to euro z??acze.pod????cza??em i nic. wchodzi??em w ustswienia ekranu i powieksza??em pulpit do rozmiarów tego monitora i nic.biore zastosuj i ok, a wtedy powiekszenie sie odznacza i nic.

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Hi
Please make sure the video card driver is updated and also the Bios.
ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_4530/vista/Bios/
Make sure the ac adapter is connected to the system while you are doing the bios update.
ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_4530/vista/Drivers/VGA_NV_(7.15.11.7566_logo).zip
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Update these drivers
and let me know if it does not work.
Also please post the system requirements for your games so that I could check whether this laptop will be able to run these games.
Also would like to know do u have an integrated video card or a discrete video card. This is very important when you are trying to play games.

Thank you
Rakesh
Dell Expert

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Hello,


Let me explain on how to connect the TV to HP notebook.

There are two ways to connect the TV to the notebook. One is with the S-Video cable and another one is HDMI cable. (If you computer had HDMI port)

Connecting notebook and TV with S-video cable:

You need to get the Svideo cable and connect it to the notebook Svideo port to TV Svideo port and press Fn+ F4 to get the notebook display on the TV.

For the first time pressing the Fn+F4 keys, you will get the display on the TV and there will be no display on the Notebook.

If you press the Fn+F4 for second time, you will get display back to the notebook and Tv screen becomes blank.

By pressing the same keys again will show the display on both the screen.

Samething connecting with the HDMI cable, if your computer had HDMI port.

If you won't get the display on the external screen even after following the correct process, then once you need to reinstall the display driver.

If the issue persists, then you have to check with another cable.

Note: No need to install any software on the notebook to connect the TV to the notebook.

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