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Unable to connect Laptop to Mitsubishi Projection TV

I am trying to connect my laptop to my Mitsubishi projection tv with a VGA to RGB Component cable, but there's no picture.

Also when i connect my room mates old laptop with an S-Video to component cable , it works. Is there a problem with my TV, laptop or resolution. I have treid changing resolution of my laptop but there's still no picture.

My laptop is a high definitaion laptop with resolution of 1600X900 and my tv is also high definitaion so will i be able to view my desktop on tv in high resolution ?

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  • Brett Duxbury
    Brett Duxbury May 08, 2017

    Hi totalsiddhar, we want to help you with your question, but we need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Did you switch the Windows output to mirror the laptop screen ?
    It will be a function key it varies on each laptop model mine is F4 it could be a different key.

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Unplug the television. Connect the VGA compatible monitor cable from the laptop's VGA monitor Output to the VGA Input on the back panel of the television. You will need a splitter to connect the audio cable from your laptop to the VGA Audio Input on the television. Never mind if you have speakers connected to your computer.

Press the Device button on the remote control or on the television front panel to display the Device Selection Menu. Select the device you want to view, in this case VGA. The only compatible resolution is 640X480 at a sync rate of 60 Hz.

Do not leave stationary or letter-box images on-screen for extended period of time to avoid uneven picture tube aging.

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