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How to connect Studio 15 to HDMI tv ?

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I have a Studio 15 and would like to hook it to my Sony Bravia. Hooked straight hdmi / hdmi  , then held down fn and F8 key but it doesn't acknowledge the tv. No coaxel on the laptop and I can insert the 15 pin RBC / (VGA ? ) but no way to secure with the screws to laptop.

I'm totally frustrated with this. Can't seem to find the right info. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
T

 

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  • Welcome to the forums T Yes

     

     

    So you've hooked the laptop up to the TV via a direct HDMI - HDMI connection/cable?

    Did you then set the output option in your graphics card settings, to TV/external source?

     

    To activate TV Out:

    Connect whatever cable you're using, then reboot your system.

    Once it's rebooted, open your graphics card's display options, and click on the video card's TV (/Output Device) tab.
    Click Settings --> Advanced --> TV (/Output Device), and choose 'Enable output to TV'.
    Different brands of video cards may have slightly different wording of course - i.e. 'Output Device/TV'.

    (Restore the display back to your computer monitor by following the above steps, except choose to send the signal to the computer monitor instead of the TV.)



    Also double-check the audio output, by right-clicking on the small speaker icon in the taskbar, and making sure it's set for external output (/HDMI)?

    From experience, I've found that:   “Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder”!!

     

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  • Hi,

    Is there any cable which connects HDMI to S-video (Old TV)

    Thanks,

    Kishore