I have eeepc 701sd and want to use my tv as monitor, ive turned both offf and connected 15 point vga, have switched both back on and very briefly windows flashed on tv screen then went off. have been given advise to use fn key and f5 (2 screens seperated by slash) but still nothing. am i doing it right and is there any order as to what to switch on first (pc or tv?) thanks
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if you want to set up a dual tv monitor system using via pc as a source you will need a VGA splitter usually 2 or more output. now how are you going to connect the 2 monitor and PC to the VGA splitter. first make sure your tv monitor is supported by service input for PC unit. then prepare the accessories needed. the VGA splitter and VGA cable. sample image for VGA splitter VGA cable or connector how are you going to hook up the splitter and VGA cable to the tv monitor and PC
you need 3 vga connector and 1 splitter to connect a dual monitor system.
connect one end of the vga connector to the pc unit and the other end to the input port of splitter.
now the 2 remaining vga connector connect to the output of splitter either of the port, then the 2 end wire you must connect to the input port ( pc service port ) of the 2 tv monitor. make sure you set up the right input either with the remote or at the tv unit to recognized the pc source.
you almost done the connections now at this point plug the tv monitors, plug the dc adapter supply of the vga splitter and lastly turn on the pc unit to view movies. i hope it will help you just ask me if you have further questions thanks for choosing the fixya.
First of all check out does both the LCD tv and laptop both have vga cable input socket This is the most important step, as it will allow you to buy the right equipment. VGA cable is the standard 15-pin connection that you would use to connect a monitor to a PC or laptop. Use a VGA cable to connect your laptop's VGA output with the television's VGA input. Use separate audio connection with mini-jack (3.5 mm) to RCA adapter. Turn on your devices. Once you've made the connections, turn devices on. Switch your TV to the input mode that corresponds with the input you used to connect your laptop, and you should now view your laptop on your LCD TV. This will help.Good luck.
Look at your functions keys. most common is F3 but sometimes another key, it will have a little monitor on it, or two screens with a slash.
Press your function (fn) button and this key, it should toggle between Laptop monitor, External, both.
(this is assuming you want to clone your monitor, which is what you described).
Now i need your trust on this one---i also have failed to get these dongles working--and some of them are £20 and some £49.99--if you as me my honest opinion i think people connected to this company (huawei)post this rubbish so you buy the modem and waste your money. the standard eeepc doesnt recognise the dongle in its wizard set-up.your welcome to try some of the hamshack script line code which,if you look on the net you will find--me personally i wont be trying again
I don't think your EeePC 701sd has bluetooth.
Check the specifications of the various models: http://event.asus.com/eeepc/comparison/eeepc_comparison.htm
You it really is important for you, you might buy nd install a bluetooth adapter that is supported by Linux (it seems most of them are). Check the Linux forums, though, for advice
Have you changed the configuration settings of your network?
And have you updated your system? There is an update that deals with the difficulty of Eeepc connecting to WPA protected networks.
Also, my experience tells me that although the Eeepc detects the networks easily, it doesn't always connect and it is prone to blockages, that force us to recconnect. So I set my definitions manually on my Eeepc and everything runs smoothlier.
I am assuming you're referring to the Asus Eee PC 701SD...
if so, try the following:1. Check the hotspot to see what kind of IP address it is using [are they manually configured, or is there a DHCP server that assigns IP addresses]
2. Check your 701 and make sure its network connectivity conforms with the settings on the hotspot