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New Laptop with HDMI port

Used to be I could hook up an S-Video A/V cable from laptop to older TV to playback Power Point Presentations......now I have a newer laptop with the HDMI port. I need a cable HDMI A/V combo.

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Salutations RLQII,

With the standards being different for S-video and HDMI, it is extremely difficult to find a adapter that will convert between the two. There is a unit that is available from microsoft designed to work with the Xbox 360 as an HDMI AV cable, but I can not say this will exactly solve your problem.

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