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How do I connect my asus laptop to my sansui hdtv hdmi? what cords do I need and do i need to do something special with my computer?

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No,try websites like Ebay.com or Amazon.com to buy a HDMI cable.Plug the HDMI cable in ur computer USB hub and the other side of the HDMI cable to the tv HDMI hub.Go into tv menu goto the tv find the wright input of the HDMI cable is in ur tv input there it is ur LCD Tv as a computer monitor.

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