Question about Televison & Video
Yes you can link your laptop to your tv.
You will need a vga cable that plugs into the vga socket on the side of the laptop and the tv, the socket is normally blue both on the laptop and tv.
You will have to lower your resolution on your laptop screen to 800 by 600 to veiw your screen on tv, to do this boot up the laptop and right click on the screen to enter the display properties and goto the settings tab at the top of the window, reduce the resolution to the stated value 800 by 600 and change the the colour quality to 16 or 24bit on the other side. Click apply or ok and reboot the laptop. Ensure in the bios you have set the vga to become your output and you are ready to go. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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