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This tutorial will show you how to connect you pc/laptop to your TV using a VGA cable.
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How to Connect Your PC to a TV Using a VGA Cable
Hi guys! Welcome to another Windows Tutorial. Today, we’re going to look how to connect to a laptop an Intel records card to a TV using a VGA cable. So to get started, we’ve plugged the VG cable into the VG port in the laptop here like so. Now you’ve got the VG cable plugged into the TV and your PC. You see that it would have reconfigured itself shown by desktops. However now, the screen size is a bit funny. So you won’t say it’s in the output to the TV, so lets do that, right click on desktop and go to screen resolution, Windows 7. And change display to change the most display to show you’re desktop only on two and click apply. Now click keep changes. And now it changes screen resolution that goes the whole screen then click apply again and click keep changes. And that’s it. Now you can use your TV of anything such as Windows Media Center. That’s it for this tutorial. Look out for more coming soon.