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Acer aspire one aoa150 1691. Tryed to hook to my tv, but nothing happens. My netbook says there not even anything hooked up to the vga port. I have tryed hooking everything up with both on and off. I set my resolution on 800x600 and still nothing. My netbook still says there is nothing hooked up. Graphics properties says single display just my netbook and that i need to connect something to it to have multiple display. I should at least get something saying that my vga port is plugged up right. I have tryed everything, need help bad. Thanks.

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check your projector settings. it should be matching the resolution on your laptop.

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try reinstalling the drivers for the onboard graphics and for the monitor. Might be the monitor is not supporting the default resolution.

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SOURCE: Hooking up to the tv, aspire one acer notebook???

hi there, try a 15 pin male vga to vga cable ...select vga mode on monitor

Posted on May 30, 2009

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SOURCE: Need to hook up laptop to TV

If you have an HDMI port you might also have an RGB port, use your tv video source button and go through your options. If RGB option is listed you have it. It's a standard moniter port, you can use a standard monitor cable to hook things up. This will not however carry sound so you'll need a basic 3.5mm size cable that ends in an RCA plug (can be picked up radio shack.

I use this method to watch hulu.com movies on my 50" plasma tv.

Another option if you have an "S" video on both the laptop and the tv, use that with just an "S" video cable.

Other wise look for a RGB cable that converts to standard RCA stereo plugs again Radio Shack should be able to help you. You can also buy cables on eBay a lot cheaper then a retail store.

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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after you hook it up try holding the fn key and pressing f5... this should work... hope it helps...

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