I have a aspire 3050 laptop,i have downloaded movies to my laptop and wont to watch them via my svidio out socket on my laptop to my tv ,have a picture and sound but its in black and white not colour,can anybody help please.
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You only need coaxial cable to pick up TV stations broadcast via an aerial. If your TV has sockets to connect via HDMI or SCART, then any players can be connected via them. So if the adapter box picks up TV signals, you connect the main aerial cable to that and it should have a coaxial out socket, that should be connected to the aerial in of your TV. If you are recording to an analogue video from the adapter box, then that will need to be connected via a scart socket or other connection.
If you were using the computer at the time, it may be a cable/plug/socket failure. Try a different cable.
If you were watching a movie, you may want to check your screen saver settings. Try doing what you were doing and see if it disconnects after a specific time (so if your screensaver is set to 10 minutes, does your TV lose signal after 10 minutes?).
Hi i have only connected my laptop to the tv a few times. i did it through a scart lead connecting to the s-video-out socket on my laptop. then i when to display propertise , settings then selected screen 2, then extened to desktop monitor. it worked. i then opened a film in my player, dragged it accross, went full screen job done. hope this helps...
using the website of the laptop manufacturer, find out what audio and lan devices you have, they may even have the drivers, then using an internet enabled pc download them and burn them to a cd or floopy if file is small enough, then when you have them, go right click my computer,properties, device manager, find the lan and audio devices, right click, properties, uodate driver, obviously with cd in the drive!! if the downloaded files are zipped make sure you unzip them before you burn them else pc wont find the drivers