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Connecting my laptop to my TV


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Hello all, first time poster looking for some advice. I have a laptop and a desktop, both of which have a lot of home movies and videos I have created for YouTube on them. I have them both wirelessly networked, and I want to connect my laptop to my TV, so I can show the videos to friends and family without everyone crowding around the monitor.

My laptop is a Toshiba Satellite L305D-S5940. My TV only has a coaxial jack, nothing else. What options do I have? I am pretty bad with computers, so I don't really know much more than that.

Thanks in advance!
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Welcome to GeekToGo

Well I don't know of any way to connect your computers to that TV. If you are that serious then purchase a TV with a PC (d-sub) output on it or what ever other connector you have in common on both computers. TV's with this capability aren't that expensive. I hope this helps, I will look in to this more but I think this is were it ends. Sorry. But hey you can have a new TV.
Good Luck
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Hello,

I see that you have not replied to this post. Do you still need assistance? Do you need any other information?

If the problem has been resolved please post a reply stating this is resolved.

If you continue to need assistance please reply back with requested information asked for previously in my last post.

I like to hear how things are going for the people I'm assisting, please let me know how it is going good or bad!!!

Thank you very much and good luck

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