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Maybe. You could try a USB to HDMI adapter, like this: http://sewelldirect.com/articles/USB-to-HDMI.aspx . These are fine for some uses but not generally for gaming. I'm not sure this works with Win7 Starter (due to driver issues).
Another option is a VGA to HDMI (analog to digital) converter. An example is http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=101&cp_id=10114&cs_id=1011404&p_id=6191&seq=1&format=2#description . Note: the VGA output is a 480 (SD) signal; some issues may occur. Also you need to make sure that the refresh rate for the computer is set to 60Hz. (On some ultrabooks, the VGA port is disabled for power-savings. In that case, you may need to enable it in the BIOS as well as setting the video output.) Then the TV will be the only monitor while it is connected to the Ultrabook.
The only issue you may have is with the TV. Not all TVs with HDMI ports read the signal from a computer. The converter gives the signal for TVs. I'm not sure about the output signal from the USB device. (If the port is labeled HDMI/DVI, it is more likely to support a computer's signal.) There are also VGA to component video or composite video converters that will do similar signal modifications. These don't have the HDMI issue. (Make sure you don't get a VGA to component cable; these are for projectors that can talk to computers.)
I hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I HAVENT TRIED IT BUT YOU CAN GO TO www.geeks.com AND PURCHASE A USB TO VGA CABLE AND I BET THAT WILL WORK.
Posted on May 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2010
yes! when it comes to wireless networking just make sure that your connection setting are correct just match the settings from your other laptops and do the same to the one you have probles if the persist just do a diognistic check for problems if that doesnt works just hit me back on my link ok!
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
Can you connect through a "wired" connection? Is your router connected to the Internet? If you're using wireless encryption, have you told your netbook what that encryption key is?
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
You just need a HDMI cable to go from the laptop to the TV. It is refered to as a patch cable. You then go into the TV menu and set it to component or in some cases it will say computer. The VGA on the TV just allows both style interfaces to be connected.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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