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Posted 29 January 2012 - 04:49 PM
If your laptop is windows 7 there's a pretty good chance that it has an HDMI port. You really do need to provide the television and PC model numbers to get any advice on this.
If the television is a recent model flat screen it probably has HDMI inputs. In this case it usually is just plug-and-play. You might need to go into your PC's video settings to clone the output. Once you plug in the cable and find your way to your video settings it should be well explained.
If you are trying to connect your laptop to an "older" television with "legacy" connections you need to google "how to connect laptop to TV" and identify the info that corresponds to your situation.
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