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How can i connect my PC with TV.

I tried to connect my pc with television but it didnt work.how can i do this?

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  • goofmeup Dec 10, 2008

    Ive tried connecting the s-video cable from my XPS 1530 laptop to a fairly old sony colour tv.... im sure my cabling is right.... and ive double checked the s-video cable with the store.... its fine. I have no clue where the problem lies........ when i toggle the Wi-Fi on and off the pic kflickers on the tv for a sec and then disappears...... i have tried Video1 and Video2 outputs.... same issue!!! pls help......

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Hello. well first u have to have a s-video out on your computer. ! then a s-video cord that will hook up to the s-video .! on your tv..that will link u togther. ? did this help you.?

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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    MICHAEL WALLACE Jun 12, 2008

    did u try this let me know good luck

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As i know, TV set not support sound from PC input.
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