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My tv doesn't recognize my computer when I hook up the monitor cable

When I connect my Win Xp Media Center computer to it it says that it's unsupported. How do I get the tv to display what my computer is displaying?

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  • halfcrazy10 Nov 30, 2008

    same here i have an hp win xp laptop and when i hook the cable into my tv into the high def tv i dont know what its called but its what they said i needed at future shop it just doesnt pick up my computer screen and my buddy tried it on his laptop hes has a toshiba and it works fine

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Try lowering the PC/Laptop display resolution (Display Properties > Settings).

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