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Connected HDMI to VGA on laptop. Set to 1024 x 768 and the system says not connected. I've tried all HDMI ports on the tv. Very frustrating.

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Connected HDMI to VGA on laptop. Set to 1024 x 768 - 25625134-o5zih0qw3mh5fmufiflng2c2-4-0.jpg

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As you can see HDMI and VGA are different. So check it and request?

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Http://www.manualagent.com/samsung/un50f6300/users-manual/page-16

Apparently only one port for HDMI/DVI per the manual page at the above internet link
. Samsung UN50F6300 User Manual Page 16

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