Your laptop *does* have a VGA port

by Pepe7 - 12/1/12 12:32 PM

In Reply to: computer by avalon78676

Look on the right side.

You could try one of two cable types to see if one of them works. First, it's the HDMI to RCA one I've had problems with in the past. Often it's the video card that's the stopping block. YMMV.

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Ditto for the next cable, which is a VGA to RCA/S-Video cable. Keep in mind it also depends on whether or not your video card can support sending video over VGA. Sometimes it does not. You will also need to connect the standard male red/white/yellow plugs.

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