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I purchased the appropriate connecting cable to link my laptop to the TV.

The laptop does not seem to recognize the connection.

I have gone to Appearance and Settings and checked the settings for a remote source.

Someone suggested using the Fn and F7 keys, no success.

Solution?

 

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Can you post the exact model number of the notebook, the current operating system it is running on & how are you connect the laptop to the TV? HDMI/VGA

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HP Pavilion  Model: NV207UA#ABC

Vista Home Premium

Using a Dynex High Speed HDMI Cable

 

Thank you for response.

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OK...So this is previous generation of dv7 Series, so you will need to use fn+F4 Key combination to tranfer the image to the TV....In case that is not happening, i would suggest install Graphics card driver from here and check....

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My laptop model is Elitebook 2540P and the TV is Sony, one of the Bravia models.

 

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i am trying to connect my hp pavilion ze4800 to my sony wega tv using vga - hdmi cable and i can not get the picture to display on my tv, i have also tried using my compaq presario cq60 using the same cable and nothing, i do not know if it is the tv or if i have to click on something on the laptop to make it work, please help!thanks 

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@xxkimberxx wrote:

i am trying to connect my hp pavilion ze4800 to my sony wega tv using vga - hdmi cable .. 


Hi,

 

Please see your other post:

 

   http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/forums/postsuccesspage/board-id/General/message-id/56667

 

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