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Hi. Try buying a VGA-to-HDMI cable/adapter and connect the VGA to the side of your Dell B130 and the HDMI end to the back of your Viera. Press Fn+F8 on your laptop and you should be able to view the display on your TV.
if u have a TV out signal port on ur laptop, u will need a DIN adaptor to connect from laptop to ur TV
else u need a convertor box that will convert ur connect to ur VGA out port on ur laptop and will send the signal to TV via the box to the audio/video in slot in the TV...u will also need some special cables...thsi will come along with the convertor box....look in google or ebay
click this link directly for more help.http://www.geekwithlaptop.com/how-to-connect-laptop-to-tv
You can utilize your television to display your videos and other files that are on your laptop.
Below Video show how to do that. Here is a Video Summary:
Utilize a 15-pin, male-to-male VGA cable to connect your laptop to your TV. On a Mac, the VGA input is easily labeled with a “display” icon. It’s suggested that you do this with all powered off.
As A Replacement For of a VGA cable, you can also use an S - Video cable. All TV’s have an S-video input.
You can also use a wireless converter - like this one from AdLogic. It change over the digital signal on your laptop into a format your analog TV can show.
click this link directly http://www.everydayspace.org/2007/12/18/how-do-i-connect-my-laptop-to-my-television/
just buy a Monitor like cable buy a generic one or branded u will find it in all big stores in PC section it is a 15 pin Monitor like cable just join both ends and all set , select the input source of LCD TV to PC if it is not auto bye
You could try a VGA to RCA/Composite cable, but I doubt that would work.. Unfortunately, you laptop does not have a tv or s-video out, so the only other way to do it is with a TVTuner box, like this one: