Question about Computers & Internet
I am trying to connect my laptop to the TV and would appreciated if someone could share information about connection details.
My Sony Vaio laptop (VGN-N160G) has only the VGA port. The lowest resolution that my Intel VGA card supports is 800 x 600.
My TV - Sony Trinitron (the old fat TV) has the S-Video input.
The connection is made using a VGA to S-Video cable (http://www.amazon.com/NEW-CONVERTER-S-VIDEO-CABLE-ADAPTER/dp/B000S675JU/ref=pd_bbs_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1217106435&sr=8-3) . Then, I redirected the VGA output to TV, but, I see some garbagge on TV & not the real picture.
Could someone share his/her thoughts?
Most tv's are not compatible in this matter. They were made to be a tv, and not a computer monitor. Some of the newer tv's are compatible. If they have a vga port then they are compatible, but may not support or have the resolution expected. The vga to s-video cables were designed mainly for the use of the newer computers with vga ports to older flat panel monitors with s-video ports, at the time that vga was first coming out. This cable is on the verge of obsolete. So, I don't believe that you're going to be able to hook the two together, and get the outcome you want.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
Hello.the first you need to get a s-video cord.!!! do you know what one is.? the next thing you need to do is go to your start up bar and open your control panel. once your there you need to open your display icon. and on the top of it you will see a list of box's!! go all the way across the top!!! to the last one on the right ..it is the setting.!!! click on it.!! you will see your screen for your laptop.!!! eather one or two of them.!!!! you need to see if the box!!!! on your setting on the page .!!! has been checked so it will extend windows to your desk top monitor. !!! can you tell if if this is done.? get back to me ok "GOOD LUCK"
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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