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Connection of laptop to sony dav-s400

My tv is too old to allow my laptop to be played through it and I was wondering if there was a way to connect the laptop to my DVD player

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Not unless there is a vga connection or a s video connection on the unit. if so s video cable male to male should work then you have to go into the video card settings on the laptop by right clicking the desktop and selecting porpeties. then adjust settings to transfer image from laptop to tv

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