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With the dv4000, you have the option of using the VGA output (blue connector/port on the side of the laptop), or the S-video output (round connector/port next to the VGA port). Once you have the cable plugged in to the laptop and the TV, press Fn + F7to switch from the laptop screen to the external monitor.

I hope this helps you.

Posted on Mar 30, 2011

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