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Connecting Laptop to TV

I have internet TV on my HP pavillion dv 6000 laptop. How do I connect my laptop to my LG HD 42'' television? Do I have to make any changes to my laptop or TV settings?

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You get yourself a s-video lead..plug one end in pc and other in tv....
on pc f-keys look for the one with a "square" icon on it.(usually f4)
press the fn key and the f4 key together(at once) to switch form pc screen to tv..
make sure youve selected av on tv..you should have an av channel assigned to s-video if not you can assign one in menu settings.
on my tv I have 3 scarts 2 video i/o one front one back and a s-video..video i/o can also be used for audio though there are separate audio outputs.I also have mine linked upto a 10 ft projector screen via infra red so able to watch tv/sky or pc on projector in different room

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