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Using my tv as a monitor

How do i hookup and use my video card to use my tv as a monitor

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Right click on desktop, then go to properties. Click on the settings tab. There should be two boxes, labeled 1 and 2. Click on box 2 and select:
Use the device as the primary monitor and Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor. Also go to advanced -> Monitor and make sure that the screen refresh rate will not damage your tv. For older tv's it's usually 60 Hz for NTSC and 50 Hz for PAL.
After getting your settings where you want them, click apply. This will transfer all video output to the auxillary screen and will leave your primary monitor blank until you change the settings back to the primary screen.

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