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Does your PC have either a DVI or HMDI video connector on either the motherboard or the graphics (video) card? (In other words somewhere on the back of the machine?)
Does your HD TV have a DVI or HMDI connector on it?
If the answer to both of these questions is yes then you can do it.
Most peoples first choice would be to use the HMDI connectors. If you wish to do this you will need an HMDI cable.
If you decide to use the DVI connectors then you will need a DVI cable.
If your PC doesn't have either the DVI or HMDI outputs then you will have to buy a graphics (video) card for you PC. Be sure to get the appropriate cable also.
Once you have the HD TV connected to your computer you will have to use the graphics card's software to set things up. If you right click in an empty area of the desktop this software should be one of the choices in the menu.
However. I´m inclined to think that you did change the input on your TV. So your problem is another, this is what you have to to to reset:
1. Unplug the HDMI cable from both the TV and PS3. 2. Plug in the AV MULTI OUT cable (the red, white, yellow one provided along with the system) to both your PS3 and TV. 3. Set the TV input to the correct one and turn it on. 4. turn on the PS3 with the front button but DON´T release it, keep your finger on it, until you hear a second beep, thats when you release the button, the PS3 will start to identify what it´s connected to and will display it on your TV.