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Plasma tv connection to pc

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I am trying to connect my PC to my Plasma TV. I have conected the 15 pin screw fix monitor cable to both but I am getting a blank screen? I even changed the sttingsto PC but still nothng other thanthe words PC just

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Hi,

when you say you have even changed the settings to pc...do you mean you have used PC..to try connect...through settings..??

I would have thought on the remote there is a button for setting up the Plasma TV? you checked to make sure there isn't a menu where you can tell the TV its connected to a PC??

It may be you will have to switch between the two. My reason is that on my TFT..there is a menu....when I check the list..there is an option to connect to PC..AV1 AV2.

With your lead connected you should get something?

hope helps

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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