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Re: I want to connect my Toshiba satellite laptop to my...
Hi there It depends on the TV really, if the TV has a VGA port on the back then what you will need is a male to male VGA cable, you will not get any audio however so you will need R/L phone to mini stereo jack lead also.
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I have tried this on several occasions with different models of VGA to RCA converter boxes and the resulting screen images have always been extremely POOR.
If I were you, I would not bother spending any money on one of those converters. Just save the money and put it towards a decent computer monitor or a good flatscreen TV with a VGA input connection.
You can pick up a good old CRT computer monitor for next to nothing these days since everyone is just throwing them out and changing over to the flatscreen monitors. And if you want, you can even pick up a small brand new flatscreen monitor for about $100, so there's not much reason really to mess around with those questionable converter devices.
depending on how old you laptop is because the L300 range has been going for a while will be either a HDMI cable or a VGA to HDMI cable but if you require sound and you have to use the latter you will need a headphone jack to auxhilary lead to go from the headphone port of your laptop to the line in on your tv
depends on what kind of output jacks and input jacks are available on ur DVD player and notebook...as without proper jacks and correct cables u cant make a proper connection....DVD player Vs laptop
u also may need a connector or a convertor that can convert analog signal to a digital signal...also u may need a software to capture ur signal...google can help u
Have you tried connecting to an external monitor? Try that. If the picture is perfect on the external monitor then the VGA port is OK but there is a problem with communications between the system board and the screen connector.