Question about Computers & Internet
You have to use an HDMI cable if and plug it into one of the HDMI slots on your TV. Plug the Roku in and it will start up automatically. Make sure the TV is set to the HDMI. When it boots up you will have to sigh in with your Roku account and activate over the computer. After you activate it set up you WiFi and you should be good. Here's the site you use to create a Roku account http://www.roku.com/.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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