Question about Sony Computers & Internet
My laptop is sony vaio and have got VGA connector which has got 3 pins at another end that will be connected to TV. When i am trying to press Fn+F7 i am unable to get any picture on my TV...My tv is not LCD and it is a normal color TV...
Please help me how to resolve this.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know someone that bought a toshiba mk6006gah for his sony vaio TR1 series, so i think it is. Just look at the harddisk the local shop took out for you. Somewhere on the disk is told wich size it is. You could also give me the typenumber of that disk. Then i could tell you the size for certain.
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
SOURCE: connecting PC to TV
Most tv's are not compatible in this matter. They were made to be a tv, and not a computer monitor. Some of the newer tv's are compatible. If they have a vga port then they are compatible, but may not support or have the resolution expected. The vga to s-video cables were designed mainly for the use of the newer computers with vga ports to older flat panel monitors with s-video ports, at the time that vga was first coming out. This cable is on the verge of obsolete. So, I don't believe that you're going to be able to hook the two together, and get the outcome you want.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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