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Artreid
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      07-29-2010
I hope I'm in the right NP or someone can point me to one.

Is there a device that will allow one to send a DVD signal from a PC to a TV
for viewing?
I am runnng Win7 x64 w/ Media Center and would like to show movies on my
TV.

 
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David H. Lipman
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      07-29-2010
From: "Artreid" <>

| I hope I'm in the right NP or someone can point me to one.

| Is there a device that will allow one to send a DVD signal from a PC to a TV
| for viewing?
| I am runnng Win7 x64 w/ Media Center and would like to show movies on my
| TV.


It would depend upon the hardware.

A Win7 notebook or desktop that has HDMI interface may be able to display on a TV that has
an HDMI interface.

It is also possible that a TV may have a VGA interface and you may connect your PC to the
TV as a monitor.

However you don't provide the make and model of either so I can't be specific in my
answer.

I can give you my example.
I have a JVC TV that has a VGA interface. It only accepts 1024 x 768 @ 60Hz.

I have a Dell Latitude D620 notebook and a Dell Docking station. I connect a VGA cable
from the docking station to the TV and choose INPUT #3 on the TV. I can now view my
notebook on the TV directly or extend the screen to the TV (extending the screen to the TV
is my choice).

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Paul Calcagno
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      07-29-2010
Hi David, I just got finished installing 2 cables from my wife's Win 7
laptop directly to the VGA interface on my LG HD TV. I purchased the cables
at Walmart online for about $24. Once connected hit `function F4' on the
laptop to adjust the screen resolution to match the TV, then `function F6'
to select the TV as the monitor for your movies. Here's the cable ordering
details:
1) Belkin Pro Series 15 foot VGA Monitor Signal replacement cable for
$14.88; 2) Cables unlimited 25 foot 3.5 mm male to male stereo cable for
$4.88. Came to $23.15 with S/H.

Good luck

"David H. Lipman" <DLipman~nospam~@Verizon.Net> wrote in message
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> From: "Artreid" <>
>
> | I hope I'm in the right NP or someone can point me to one.
>
> | Is there a device that will allow one to send a DVD signal from a PC to
> a TV
> | for viewing?
> | I am runnng Win7 x64 w/ Media Center and would like to show movies on
> my
> | TV.
>
>
> It would depend upon the hardware.
>
> A Win7 notebook or desktop that has HDMI interface may be able to display
> on a TV that has
> an HDMI interface.
>
> It is also possible that a TV may have a VGA interface and you may connect
> your PC to the
> TV as a monitor.
>
> However you don't provide the make and model of either so I can't be
> specific in my
> answer.
>
> I can give you my example.
> I have a JVC TV that has a VGA interface. It only accepts 1024 x 768 @
> 60Hz.
>
> I have a Dell Latitude D620 notebook and a Dell Docking station. I
> connect a VGA cable
> from the docking station to the TV and choose INPUT #3 on the TV. I can
> now view my
> notebook on the TV directly or extend the screen to the TV (extending the
> screen to the TV
> is my choice).
>
> --
> Dave
> http://www.claymania.com/removal-trojan-adware.html
> Multi-AV - http://www.pctipp.ch/downloads/dl/35905.asp
>
>

 
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      07-31-2010
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