Tring to connect new lap top pc to buskh 37 hdf tv and out of range message come up on the tv screen YET my old laptop is fine will this be the setting on my new lap top ? that need changed or something else
Out off range means the resolution coming out of your laptop is too high. Remember it's the res. of your second monitor you'll want to change. I'm thinking it'll be 1024x768 max, but may even by lower. Hope this helps.
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This model CRT tv cannot be connected directly to lap top. Laptop has VGA output and there is no VGA input to this TV. Tv has only AV sockets to connect in. You must have a VGA to Audio Video converter to be used in between TV and Laptop. This device can be bought from electronc shops. It will have a VGA input, and audio video output. You have to connect your laptop to this device using a VGA to VGA connecter, and from this devices' output, you will get audio video output, which can be connected to TV and select the TVs' input to AV. OK.
Yes you can, Provided you have the necessary ports which are available on the Laptop, as well as on your T.V. and also the Connecting Cable to connect the two. The Common Possible ports that you can use, among others includes : VGA out, S-Video out, HDMI-out. After connecting to anyone of these ports, you will have to select the output mode on your laptop through the Display Properties, Settings, Output to--- and also, on your T.V, select the Input Source, depending on the make of the T.V. Goodluck!
In order to send the picture from any computer to a TV screen, you must have a VGA input on the TV. You can't output your computer signal using s-video, HDMI, or component cables because they aren't designed for computer use. If you have a VGA connection on your TV, then you can use a standard VGA cable. If your TV doesn't have one, unfortunately you're out of luck.
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The foldover is because of a bad capacitor in the vertical circuit. Given the "new" sympotom of a dead set, I would suspect that the vertical IC has failed. This should be a relatively simple repair for a TV shop. If you wish to attempt a repair of this yourself, update this and confirm your model number and I'll post more details and instructions.