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Re: rely pc to tv
Get yourself a s-video lead ...plug one end in pc and other in tv ( usually terminal with input/output rca jacks) audio / video jacks)
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on pc press fn and f4 together (Usually f4 , look on the f keys and its the one with a square on it (usually blue colour)
assuming its f4 .....press fn and f4 together for laptop and tv monitor press fn/f4 again for tv mon only ....press fn/f4 again to return to pc only
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Sort of depends on the TV connections? Your laptop specs list a VGA prot and a HDMI port. What does the TV have? HDMI? VGA? Do you have the cables? Does your TV have a USB port? If so, you can put the Movie on USB. Does your TV have a Wireless Adapter? If so, you can add/share your videos from a Home Network. There are option but without the TV info, I can't give a informed solution.
The easiest way to get your movies onto your TV may be to directly plug
your computer into your set. Many computers come with video boards that
output via S-Video, DVI (digital video interface) or even HDMI
(high-definition multimedia interface). If your television has an input
that matches your computer's video output, then you can simply plug one
into the other and enable your television as a second display through
Windows Control Panel or, on a Mac, System Preferences. Moving your PC
within cable's length of your television isn't always convenient,
Read more: Movies: From PC to TV - Popular Mechanics
yes if you have an s-video port on your computer and tv, plug an s-video cable into your computer and tv and press F-4. make sure your tv is set to input or video. if you have any other questions, please email me at email@example.com i check it every day. i do alot of this stuff