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When I physically connect my Lenovo G575 laptop running win7 to my LG TV via VGA cable, my laptop will not remain internally connected to the TV. The laptop disconnects, then re-connects, then disconnects to the Tv repeatedly. So, there is signal feed being sent from the PC and recieved by the TV, then the disconnect sound is made and the signal stops... then the connect sound is made and the signal is restored to the TV. During connections, the TV displays as desired. This TV and VGA cable work flawlessly on my other laptops, but not my Lenovo. How do I get the Lenovo to remain connected and feeding signal to the TV?
You can find a User Manual and Lennovo Support here: http://support.lenovo.com/en_NZ/detail.page?DocID=UM012611
Posted on Apr 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need a different type of cable to connect to your tv.a s-video will fit but not work.can't remember the name but it has to have more pins.besides that port is for projectors and cannot be used for anything else.you need a converter box like the one in the link ::::: http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=laptops+s-video+cords&FORM=BIFD#focal=a85da1a40c404788d7e32f0bf01eab05&furl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cvs.k12.mi.us%2Ftiz%2Fimages%2Fsvid-cables.jpg
unless you got a big tv with a very good picture it isn't worth it.and a good graphics card in the comp.most tvs are fuzzy and unreadable.i've did it enough to know
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
If the Vostro doesn't read the signal automatically try to switch the signal from internal to external using the Fn (function) key + one of the F keys above the number keys. This key is usually F4 but may be different for yours. Also, make sure the input is correct on the tv....
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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I looked up the specs on your computer and it appears that it does not have any AV or HDMI ports. It does however have a VGA or standard monitor port. Some TVs have this port as well. If your TV supports this then all you need is to hook up a standard monitor cable between your laptop and the TV then treat the TV as you would a projector. It is very likely that your laptop will notice the TV immediately and project your screen onto it. If not you can switch screens using on of the function keys across the top of your keyboard. Example FN + F5 on some models.
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