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first you need to buy HDMI cable then second connect you HDMI cable from your HDMI tablet port then connect the other end of HDMI cable to your tv HDMI port. from your tv settings you to grab a remote control first then press input button from your remote control and then choose HDMI option then your good to go. hope it will work my friend.
try unplugging and replugging the HDMI cable into a different HDMI socket on your TV, if this doesnt work you may need to set the input to HDMI for your audio on your TV set, (if may be looking at RCA or something for the audio stream), also sometimes its the HDMI cable. try another one if you have another around, this has helped me in the past
Hi, there, pleasy clarify the following:
What is your Gateway model?
Is your TV an older tube type or a new HDTV? Does it have other input ports besides the standard cable input and the RCA you mentioned? You may be able to use S-Video if your laptop has the output port and so does your old TV. Or if you have a newer laptop that includes DVI and you have an HDTV, then you can use a DVI to HDMI cable which by the way will result in the best image quality.
Well, sounds like they may be changing the source from T.V. to HDMI or component/composit mode which is bassically for a C player or other connected source like a VHS or Xbox etc.
Allthough if this where the case, you should be able to use the remote to change the source back to the T.V. Antenna or cable if you have it.
WHen it goes blank or seems to be off, does anything you do turn it back on without having to unplugg it first?
If not, it could be bad, you will need to try hooking it up some where else for a while and test it without that person there and see if it the T.V. a bad outlet or the person is actually doing something.
If you think the T.V. is bad or faulty, at this early in its life, I would take it back under warranty before trying to fix it yourself.
There is no color chip. What it does have is called a motor driven color wheel. The problem is that the color wheel is no longer spinning to produce color. Replace the color wheel and you should be fine.
replace the lamps and then run the synch routine from the main menu. unfortunitly with the expense of the lamps and the low price to replace projection tvs it might not be worthwhile to fix but just replace.
HINT wait till after new years, LCD large screen tv sold about 35% of what was expected during xmas so they will be real real cheap after the 1st of the year
hdmi, S-video or jack are the most common cables delivered with the dvd, you can plug an amplifier between tv and dvd for a dolby system.
Turn on the DVD player, the TV and Set your TV on "AUX" or "Ext" with the remote.
You cannot,the best thing that you can do is to use the computers video card HDMI output to the HDMI input on TV. The USB is there for things like firmware updates and if your lucky,u may be able to plug in flash drive and view media through it. If your video card has SVIDEO you might be able to use that as well, but HDMI is the way to go if your serious about it, and an HDMI ready video card upgrade for your computer shouldnt cost more than $100,in fact 49 bux at STAPLES right now for a PCIex card.