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I have a samsung LN32A450. When I connect my laptop to to it via the vga port the tv doesn't recognize it. I tried different resolutions and two different laptops: compaq Evo 180 & IBM ThinkPad. I know that the laptops vga outputs are functioning properly as i tested the same settings on a SONY Bravia KDL-32M3000. Thanks in advance.

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