Hi, I have a lenovo 3000 c100 labtop, am trying to connect it to the tv. I used an s-video cable and an audio connection. but the matter is that when i go to the display settings it doesn't show double monitors. does it mean that the computer doesn't have this option. or as long as it has an s-video port, it has to be connected to the tv. what about the fn and f7 keys
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most laps have a video out plug that you can plug a monitor into, you have to buy the right cord that has the same connection that is compatible with the generic plug and the tv dont forget the cord for the sound as well.
I see that you conencted your Lenovo Y410 to a Panasonic THP42c10 LCD TV, see details below.
*The Audio will dpened on what cable connection you have from the Laptop to the LCD TV,
*You have Y410 I do not think that HDMI will be an option.
*I believe that you are using the VGA port on the Machine for an extended Video.
*The Audio will really not be coming out of the Panasonic TV if you are using a VGA cable since that is only for Video you will need an audio cable Jack that will relay audio from the Laptops Audio Jack to the Audio Jack of your Panasonic TV thsi is the only way you can get audio out from the Laptop since you are conencted using a VGA cable.
* do not think that HDMI is present on your Lenovo Y410, but if ever you may have that connection/port the way to get Audio from an HDMI conenction is to change the audio PLayback properties and selct HDMI as the default device for the Audio to work using HDMI.
There are a number of possible reasons can cause your Lenovo computer
running slow than
it used to, it is hard to identify just what might be dragging down its
performance, let alone implement the necessary technical
adjustments to fix it.
So if you want to address the issues without adding more hardware, I'll recommend you try a Lenovo speed up software, available
yep got to Lenovo web site, customer support, serch the data base for drivers for your computer and select the drivers for you wireless device, and install them, without knowing the brand of wireless you have I am just stabbing in the dark, try that and let me know.