How do I connect my computer with my TV?:


Connecting your computer and TV via S-Video Connection

  1. Power off your computer and TV.
  2. Connect the S-Video cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Connect the Mini Plug to RCA Audio cable to your computer’s headset port and your TV’s Audio In port. (This port is marked “Audio” or is colored red.)
  4. Set your display screen to Monitor 2. (Note: You may need to try other settings until you see your computer image on your TV. If you are using a laptop, you may need to press the Control key and a Function key (most commonly F8) to display the image on the TV.)
  5. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV via VGA Connection
  1. Power off your computer and TV.
  2. Connect the VGA cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Connect the Mini Plug to RCA Audio cable to your computer’s headset port and your TV’s Audio In port. (This port is marked “Audio” or is colored red.)
  4. Set your display screen to Monitor 2. (Note: You may need to try other settings until you see your computer image on your TV. If you are using a laptop, you may need to press the Control key and a Function key (most commonly F8) to display the image on the TV.)
  5. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV via DVI Connection
  1. Power off your computer and TV.
  2. Connect the DVI cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Connect the Mini Plug to RCA Audio cable to your computer’s headset port and your TV’s Audio In port. (This port is marked “Audio” or is colored red.)
  4. Set your display screen to Monitor 2. (Note: You may need to try other settings until you see your computer image on your TV. If you are using a laptop, you may need to press the Control key and a Function key (most commonly F8) to display the image on the TV.)
  5. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV via HDMI-DVI Connection
  1. Power off your computer and TV.
  2. Connect the DVI to HDMI cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Set your display screen to Monitor 2. (Note: You may need to try other settings until you see your computer image on your TV. If you are using a laptop, you may need to press the Control key and a Function key (most commonly F8) to display the image on the TV.)
  4. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV via HDMI-HDMI Connection
  1. Power off your computer and TV.
  2. Connect the HDMI to HDMI cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Set your display screen to Monitor 2. (Note: You may need to try other settings until you see your computer image on your TV. If you are using a laptop, you may need to press the Control key and a Function key (most commonly F8) to display the image on the TV.)
  4. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV with an Analog Audio Connection
  1. Turn the volume down on your TV.
  2. Connect the Mini-Plug to RCA cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Set your TV to use the audio/video input you have connected. 
  4. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV with a Digital Coaxial Audio Connection
  1. Turn the volume down on your TV.
  2. Connect the Optical cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Set your TV to use the audio/video input you have connected.
  4. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
Connecting your computer and TV with an Optical Audio Connection
  1. Turn the volume down on your TV.
  2. Connect the Optical cable to the appropriate ports on your computer and TV.
  3. Set your TV to use the audio/video input you have connected.
  4. Go to a network web site to select a program and begin watching.
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