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When I connect my unibody macbook pro to my tv using the vga to tv converter I get colored lines.

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    Jeffrey Groves Dec 31, 2010

    Is it really a "VGA to TV" and not a "DVI to Component" or "DVI to HDMI"?

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Hi

I suggest you to change the setting of display setting in properties.

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