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Your projection TV has HDMI input so you would need to either run an HDMI-HDMI cable from an HDMI output on your computer or, more likely, a DVI-HDMI cable from the DVI output on teh computer to the HDMI input on the TV. If ycou can'T find a DVI-HDMI cable note that you can also buy DVI/HDMI adapters for one end of an HDMI-HDMI cable.
Note that DVI is HDMI minus the sound so if you do run DMI to HDMI you'll also need to route the sound to your TV or other amplifier.
If you only have a VGA output on your computer then you will not be able to easily run this to your TV as VGA is an anologue signal while DVI and HDMI are digital. To do this you'd need a converter.
Hope this helps. If so then please rate my advice.
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