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there are a few options, firstly if your tv accepts a monitor cable vga hd cable, then you can connect directly, if not you can go through a ps3 or xbox 360 or even a dvd player with a usb.....load the film onto the usb and play from the dvd player /xbox/ps3
u can connect your computer to ur TV thru an adaptor(search in google) that can connect to ur PC's display port (the port on ur PC were u conenct ur monitor) the adaptor will have on one side the similar plug as in your monitor cable and in the other end it will have RAS cable plug
or u can use a DIN plug...but ur computer must have a DIN output...
or u can use something like an external TV tuner card box or ADS instant DVD box....
or u can use a convertor box or cable...it will have a 5 pin DIN connector on one end and RAS plug at the other.
Sound is connected from your sound output(the point which has ur speakers connected) plug/output on PC to the sound in of ur TV...again u can use different combination of pin types...RSA or an ordinary sound connector cable
i found this on Ebay...check this out... http://cgi.ebay.com.sg/PC-Laptop-to-TV-Connector-Watch-Movies-on-Big-Screen_W0QQitemZ150399235227QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_216?hash=item23047e349b
Check device manager and ensure that there is more than one display adapter listed, and no devices with red X on them. Please right click on both video adapters, and left click uninstall - don't worry. Reboot, and windows will try to redetect hardware to hopefully reinstall the missing video adapter. Another good option would be to do a system restore to the day before the problem startd. Last option would be to uninstall all video card software/drivers on the system and reboot. windows will install generic drivers, and then you can reinstall the proper software for the video card.
Hi i have only connected my laptop to the tv a few times. i did it through a scart lead connecting to the s-video-out socket on my laptop. then i when to display propertise , settings then selected screen 2, then extened to desktop monitor. it worked. i then opened a film in my player, dragged it accross, went full screen job done. hope this helps...