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what kind of inputs your TV has. Many sets have the HDMI, DVI or even
VGA inputs common on most newer PCs. If you have an older TV with only
an analog signal, you will have to get a video card that supports your
TV's connection. To determine what kind you need, take a look at the
audio/video inputs on the side of your TV. S-video is circular with a
bunch of pins; composite video is yellow; and component video is red,
green and blue.
Find out what kind of video output you have on your computer
by looking at your video card. DVI is pretty standard on most computers
manufactured in the last four years. Multimedia PCs will have DVI and
HDMI. Of course, if you swapped out your video card to accommodate an
older TV, your machine will not have either of these connections any
longer, but will instead have the one that matches your TV.
cables to run from the TV to the computer. The video cables you need
will have the same name as the type of connection on your TV. (For
example, if you have S-video, look for an S-video cable.) Note that you
will need a stereo-mini-to-RCA cable for the audio as well. All cables
are available at most electronics stores. If you shop online, try MonoPrice.com to save some money. (See the link in Resources.)
the cables. No matter what type you have, one end will go in the TV and
the other into your computer's port (the video cable in the video card
and the audio cable in the audio card). It will be fairly obvious what
goes where due to the shape and coloring of the ports. Once both cables
are hooked up, make sure the picture and audio on the TV both work. If
not, check your connections.
It appears that the composite video in/out is not working. I didn't have a TV with an S-video to test with. Since there were only two video devices for input, I routed their composite video output to an a/b switch. Works great, and sounds great.......
Yes yuo can, you need a double ended earphone jack. most computer stores have them, walmart might have on ein the electronics department. Plug one end into the laptops earphone port and the other into the AUX jack on the radio. your good to go, turn on your music and turn up the volume on the laptop and then adjust it on the radio.
why fight it , let it be on com 1 then, go into the bios and disable the serial ports . that may be the easiest fix as long as you don't need the serial port for anything. but if you have a serial mouse oh boy.