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The easiest way to hook to TV is by VGA Cable.

Make sure the CF-30 is turned off.

Attach the VGA cable to both the CF-30 and TV.

Power on the TV first.

Then power on the CF-30.

Voila, the video signal should display on the TV.

Make sure "source" on TV is set to PC.

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