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Windows 7: Help can't connect Laptop to my TV ...

18 Feb 2012   #1
Catess76

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit Operating System
 
 
Help can't connect Laptop to my TV ...

Hello,

I have a Zoostorm 3.0021 laptop Notebook Computer MODEL: W76TH and I am trying to connect it via VGA to red/green/blue inputs on my Toshiba TV but I can't get my laptop screen to go on TV screen no matter what I do. I have adjusted the screen resolution and I have gone in to Display Panel and chose duplicate screen, but it just doesn't work. On my TV screen it just says 'No signal'.

i am so depressed with this now as I have wasted money on 3 cables now and it seems none work (mind you the first 2 were completely wrong cables)...but I really thought this was the one to work.

If anyone can help me here I would appreciate it hugely.

Regards,

Miss. Caroline Thom


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01 Apr 2012   #2
Joneeboy

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit, and Windows XP Pro.
 
 
Help can't connect Laptop to my TV

Hi Caroline

Please post the model number of your TV, and I will check how you can connect your Zoostorm W76TH to it. By the way, in case you don't know, your Zoostorm is actually a rebranded Clevo, a major Taiwan computer manufacturer.If you don't already have a manual for yours, it is available free online or to download from the Clevo website, which you can easilyyou can easily find it on on one, you can get it from here. You need to look for M74xTH/76xTHserial in the drop down menu.
That is the correct manual for your model.
CLEVO - Download

You don't need to search the manual to sort out your problem. Don't buy any more cables from wherever you have been getting them.They are expensive in the stores, but dirt cheap on Ebay.Less than £2.
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