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I would like to conect my laptop to my LCD TV,I did it before but now I can not do it,I have 14 pins VGA cable conected direct to the TV -PC outlet. TV is seted on PC input. Please help me.

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Press FN button together with the function button on your keyboard that has the image of 2 monitors. try pressing these button together and see if you can come up with a selection on your screen. There are 3 options under this function. It will be the main monitor option, Extending monitor 1 to monitor 2 option and lastly disabling monitor 1 while using monitor 2 option.

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