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How could you connect a HP Pavillion Slimline, to a Sharp Aquos 52'' tv? I have tried a s video cable, with no luck. The image just appears black. I have fiddled around with the drivers and other functions, and ended up deleting my Benq g2200w monitor! The Image still appears, but it can't go to it's normal resolution, and if i go any higher, an out of range icon appears, YET THE IMAGE IS STILL THERE!

So, i would like a link to download the Benq g2200w drivers

A way to have this function enabled in Vista Home Premium,
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and somebody to explain what on earth is a strange rs 232c connector doing on the back of my tv and if i could connect my computer to it and how?

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and somebody to explain what on earth is a strange rs 232c connector doing on the back of my tv and if i could connect my computer to it and how?

? how do you know this is an RS 232c connector? does the manual say it is? is it green with 9 holes? or is it blue with 15 holes?
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i know its a rs 232c connector, because it has a label. and its gold with 9 pins
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My tv has an RS-232 connector as well, however, I just use a regular VGA cable to connect my laptop to my tv. It's the same cable that you would use to connect a computer to its monitor. Look on the back of the TV for a blue or black port with 15 holes, it might be labeled RGB-PC. All you have to do is connect a VGA cable to it and to the laptop and your ready to go. The picture quality is great too.
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i simply got myself a new video card with hdmi output. problem solved!
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