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We would need more information. You might be connecting via wireless and there is a function key or wireless turn on switch on your lap top. I would have you refer to your service manual as you left no model information.
Well, there are a few questions I need to ask so I can help answer your question correctly-
how are you connecting your computer to your TV? Is it a VGA, DVI, or a HDMI cable?
How many "input" channels can your TV support?
Have you updated the video drivers on your laptop?
Answering these questions will greatly increase the ability of a technician to help solve your problem, and I hope to hear back from you soon!
u can connect using special cables...u must have a TV out slot in the laptop
Wireless i am nto sure...as TVs dont have softwares that can be configured to receive signal using wireless systems, unless ur TV and laptop is connected thru some connecting medium(a converter box/ADS instant DVD maker etc)
Hi i have only connected my laptop to the tv a few times. i did it through a scart lead connecting to the s-video-out socket on my laptop. then i when to display propertise , settings then selected screen 2, then extened to desktop monitor. it worked. i then opened a film in my player, dragged it accross, went full screen job done. hope this helps...