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What connections do i need to plug in my samsung lcd to my hp laptop?

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If your display has a VGA connector then you can directly connect it to the laptop. You'll need to use the F4 key to toggle between the external and/or built in displays.

If your Samsung is DVI only then you'll need a VGA to DVI converter something like this:

http://www.datapro.net/products/vga-to-dvi-d-analog-digital-convertor.html

If the issue is something different then let me know and I'll try to help further.

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Dvi or standard 9pin

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Connecting Laptop to LCD


It might have something to do with wether the VGA cable has all pins connected.
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As soon my LCD TV works I will post the outcome.
Greetz Arno

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