Try to hook it up on TV via S-video cable and did Fn + F4 combination. you should also switch tv’s channel to a video (Av). If it doesn''t work, you have to do it through BIOS. In other words, make tv adjustments from your BIOS settings. If that doesn't work too, then reduce the resolution and connect it to a tv (BUT turn the notebook on after you hook it up to a tv). One of them would do it !
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not sure on this one but i think you need to go into your tv setting and see what hdmi setting you need to be on to pick up the laptop,where as some tv just picks the laptops up with out going into the setting.
but link i said not sure if this is what you have to do.
1. First you need a VGA adapter on your laptop (you should have one if you have a model made within the last several years) 2. Next you need to see if there is one on your TV 3. Last, you need a VGA cable to connect the two. 4. After they are connected, you can enter the setup menu or input menu of your tv and select the VGA option to see your computer on your TV.
Note that this method WILL NOT also provide sound through the TV, just pictures. On newer models of laptops, HD connections are provided, and you could use an HD cable to connect your TV to the laptop. In this instance, sound would be able to come through the TV.
On the back of the laptop there will be a small round connector. This is s-video out. To connect the picture to your tv you just need a s-video cable. Most tv's now have s-video inputs. Just plug into the laptop and the tv , then turn the tv input to s-video (if needed) and you should be seeing your laptop display. To get sound to the tv you need to buy a few more parts to get the sound out of your headphone jack and then put it into the rca sound in jacks on the tv.
We use this setup to watch videos and such at home it works pretty good.
You have to configure yout laptop to output through the s-video (which does not carry sound, so you need to either use the laptop speakers for sound, or the line output (headphone jack) to the TV).
I don't know if all toshibas are the same, but with mine, if I hold Fn (near the windows key) and press F5, it will change the output, do it a few times until you see a picture on the TV, some settings make this your extended desktop, meaning you can drag a window from one screen to another.