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Read Following Instructions Carefully:

  • Determine what type of cable you need to use, either HDMI, DVI, or S-Video. This is dependent on what your computer and TV have. Many modern TVs and computers have HDMI and DVI ports, while older computers and TVs will probably have to settle for S-Video, which is adequate but has noticeably poorer quality than HDMI or DVI. If you are unsure of which port is which, consult the manuals of your TV and computer, which should have them clearly labeled.
  • Connect the HDMI, DVI, or S-Video ports of the TV and computer via a compatible cable (once again, an HDMI, DVI, or S-Video cable depending on the available ports). On computers, the ports are usually on the back of the tower or the side of a laptop. On TVs, the ports are almost always on the back, with the exception of some TVs that have the ports on the side.
  • Set the TV to the corresponding video channel. Pressing "Source" or "Input" on the remote should bring up a menu allowing you to choose between either the HDMI, DVI, or S-Video inputs. Select the one you used.
  • On the computer, right-click on your desktop background and select "Graphics Properties" followed by "Output to TV," and your desktop should show up on the TV. Your computer monitor may go blank during this time.
  • Open your favorite picture viewer to begin streaming the pictures on your television.
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