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To use a Panasonic Toughbook CF52 model
on a TV, you require a TV with a VGA Port.
The VGA port is a 15-pin female connector,
usually BLUE in color and you will require
a MALE-MALE VGA Cable which is also
BLUE color on the two ends.
The Panasonic has to be shut-off and the
cable connected to both the Toughbook and
the TV. Turn the TV on first and set SOURCE
on the TV Remote to "PC".
Then turn on the Panasonic Toughbook CF52.
If everything is properly connected then it
should switch automatically to the external TV.
Richard - Montreal Based
Panasonic Canada Toughbook Authorized Dealer since 1989
Check your cables on the back of the TV and cable box. You either have it connected wrong, or they are loose. If you are using red green and blue, make sure that you are tightly in the red green and blue connectors. If you are using yellow white and red, then make sure you don't have the yellow in the green spot.
Laptop to TV hookup all depends on what the laptop has for output to a monitor and what the TV has for input. Your laptop should have a monitor output, a 15 pin female jack. You need a cable (male to male) with these 15 pin connectors at each end to hookup to a TV with a PC input jack. For the audio, use a 3.5mm stereo audio cable. Hookup from earphone out on the laptop to the TVs PC audio input jack. If the TV has no PC input jacks, there are other ways to connect. See this link: http://columbiaisa.50webs.com/laptop_to_tv.htm
You will have to buy a 13 Pin Din Male Connector cord. Use the break-down below to help with reconfiguring.
+5 V DC
Ground (VSync, DDC)