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I have an asus k160 and want to connect it to my big screen. the problem is my big screen has composite and component connections not vga! what cable do i need to connect it to my tv. i want to know how to do it with just a cable not a converter. does my laptop have the capability to broadcast component over vga?

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if your tv is a newer hdtv it might have a 15 pin female vga connector in the back. I just use a vga cable from my notebook to my tv. make sure the vga cable is female on both ends. works great!

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Look at your functions keys. most common is F3 but sometimes another key, it will have a little monitor on it, or two screens with a slash.
Press your function (fn) button and this key, it should toggle between Laptop monitor, External, both.
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set your tv to be connected to the hdmi...and you can set on your pc to see your monitor on tv or with pc and tv...

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