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Help! I haven't a clue what I need to do. I have a HP 6510b notebook and would like to watch / stream films from this to my TV. I have a Toshiba Regza TV which has HDMI and multi coloured ports. Can I just purchase standard HDMI leads? Is there a particular sort I need, like ones that fit into the headphone port on the notebook? I don't know anything about this notebook and due to its age I'm not sure what is compatible, with both items. Many Thanks in advance.
You will need standard HDMI only if your laptop have HDMI port. I think hp 6510b not include HDMI port. It has VGA and SVEDIO Output. Your toshiba TV have many PC INPUT Ports such as
S-Vedio, D-sub , VGA like old Desktop PC connection with Projector). So buy VGA cable or S-vedio Cable, then you can connect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I do not know if this is the answer you are looking for, but I know that when I connected my S-video connection to some old crappy big screen TV, I had to set the laptop's second video output to specifically output to S-video. There were 3 or 4 different settings that had to be done. I dont remember the details, all I remember is that the 1. the second video monitor had to be set to the s-video connection. 2. the analog video setting had to be set to PAL or NTSC or whatever they are, I dont know what it is off the top of my head, then there was another setting, I dont remmeber, I think it was the setting to 'clone' the screen so that it just duplicated it. In this case, you might have to set the resolution to somthing smaller that would fit on a standard definition screen.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: connecting a laptop to a tv
You have to tell the laptop to use an external display this usually involves pressing the FN + F5 on and acer but does vary from laptop to laptop
the second key usually has two screens printed on it
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
The price difference in the cables are what type of metal wire that is in it. One might have copper or even gold plated and the lower price one might have some low end metal. I have not seen any difference. Yes, all you have to do is plug it in and Windows 7 will recognize your TV. You might want to go into the Control Panel and open Sounds and make sure you have the audio turned on for your HDMI connection. Your laptop screen and the TV will be displaying the same.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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SOURCE: I own a Toshiba NB
you need to tell the computer to move the signal over ---look for a picture of 2 tv screens on the laptop usually F5 or F8 (use with Fn key)otherwise right click on the desktop>choose PROPERTIES>SETTINGS
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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