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Computer on the TV screen? - December 17th 2010, 04:51 PM

What are the different ways you could connect a laptop to a tv? (audio and videooo)

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Re: Computer on the TV screen? - December 17th 2010, 05:10 PM

You could stream it via wi-fi? I have no idea how that works though.

Or the other simpler way would be to get a cable that connects your laptop to the telly and you can dual screen. Depends if your telly has the right sockets at the back and stuff though.


   
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Re: Computer on the TV screen? - December 17th 2010, 05:20 PM

Yeah, I've got the cable thing. But my laptop doesn't have a hdmi and I need to borrow another laptop to do that. Hmm. Over Wifi you say. To the googlemobile.



   
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Re: Computer on the TV screen? - December 27th 2010, 07:02 PM

There are VGA cables which you can connect from any modern computer to any modern tv. I just helped my grandpa with that yesterday, so if you need any help with that or decide to do it, just ask.


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Re: Computer on the TV screen? - December 28th 2010, 01:43 PM

Yeah, I was thinking via VGA too. You'd need to also have a way to get audio across too, if it's not just the image you're thinking of. You could usually do that by getting a 3.5mm audio jack cable that splits into a red and white audio connecters (forgot the technical name ^^; ).

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