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I wantr to view movies from my Tos. lap. top directly to Our Tv ?I have Video wire on both units

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Greetings,

You just need to activate (turn the video-out port) of your laptop. It defaults to off to save power. Check your manual for combination keys to turn ON the video-out port.

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Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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* use the tv out port from pc to tv
* connect sound out jack to tv sound in

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