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Re: hooking up a laptop
You must enable the monitor output. This is a function combination. Look for the key with the diagram of a screen on it. Usually the first pressing turns on the monitor as well as the screen, the second leaves the monitor on and turns off the screen, the third brings it back to standard (screen only).
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There is no way to hook the TV to the laptop. You can hook the laptop to the TV but not the other way around. It is done with a VGA monitor cord. The same one that you connect to your regular monitor. Your TV will have a plug labeled VGA.
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.
Tries Element website itself if ur LCD tv model still in the market u can download manual for free not look for their phone number like 1-800..call them pay them a fee they'll send out a copy of the manual to u.U have a LCD monitor now hook up to ur computer right now to used as a monitor now wright?Yes.Take that VGA cable out from ur computer and ur old LCD monitor VGA cable out of the VGA ports just take ur hand and unscrew the VGA cable.Used ur old LCD monitor VGA cable and hook up to the LCD tv VGA port and to ur computer VGA computer graphic card port or computer monitor port hook up the other end.Turn on ur Computer and tv on used the sides button of the tv find one that said INPUT push it a few times should find ur tv mode 1,2.3 ur computer is on as a monitor.
You can't hook you TV to the monitor itself, rather the computer. If your PC has a wide white connector (DVI) that is supplying signal to the monitor, you could use a DVI to HDMI adapter cable to connect your PC to your TV. This is also possible if your PC uses a small blue connector with 15 pin holes (VGA) by using a VGA cable to connect your PC to your TV.
You cannot connect VGA OUT to component IN on your TV without using a converter. However, You can connect VGA OUT from your laptop to VGA in on your TV using a VGA cable just as long as your TV has VGA in. You will need to hold the FUNCTION or FN key on your laptop while press the F4 or F10, whichever F key has the picture of the monitor on it. This will switch your laptop from LCD to external display or both.
usually laptops have vga conector for external display, you may need a cable, vga cable.
vga cable varies depends on the connection that you have on the tv, if your tv supports vga connectors thats great, some tv doesnt have that option, thats where adapters go in to adapt what ever ports or connections you have on your tv.
some of the cable adapters that you might need.
vga to hdmi.
vga to rca.
vga to dvi.