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TV - 4pins S-Video and RCA (yellow) Composite inputs;
Notebook - 7pins S-Video and VGA female.
There are several ways you can make it work:
1. Use a (7pins) S-Video to RCA cable;
2. Use a 7pins S-Video to 4pins S-Video adapter cable;
3. Use a VGA to RCA converter.
The links above are only examples of the commonly available. You may need to check with your local electronic/video store if they have similar products.
Should you like to tinker and DIY (do-it-yourself), this link shows how to make one.
Any of the above will work but video quality differs. Additionally, most if not all TVs can not accept high screen resolution of a monitor/LCD hence you need to lower your display to something like 800 X 600.
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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