Question about Insignia IS-LCDTV32 32 in. Television
I am sorry that I clicked on the WRONG button! My problem is NOT solved!! To answer YOUR question, I do not presently have another computer to connect to the TV as I am away from my home on an internship and have only MY laptop to use with the TV. And also, while the computer recognizes the Insignia TV 19", when I hit the F7 key to switch between the computer and TV/monitor, the computer screen turns blue because it has switched, but the TV still reads NO SIGNAL! Thanks for any help that you can give!
Lets see the cableing..
So you have a mac with a mini-dvi slot, you have a mini-dvi to dvi adapter, and then Dvi to vga adapter which connects to the tv?
The mini-dvi to dvi adapter doesn't have the analog VGA signal your tv needs. If I understood right.
Apple's mini-DVI to DVI-D cable does not carry the analog signal coming from the mini-DVI port on the Apple computer. This means that instead of buying a single mini-DVI cable from Apple and using a cheap DVI-to-VGA adaptor when you need VGA output, you must purchase another mini-DVI cable from Apple.
Posted on May 20, 2008
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