Hook Up a PC Computer to a Sanyo TV

Most large flat-screen TVs today can be used as high-resolution computer monitors. As a rule, desktop machine PCs to have two video output ports, such as Digitals Video Interface (DVI) those that alluvium you to to connect two monitors. However, some TVs, inclusion Sanyo models, to have a High-Definition multi-media Interface (HDMI) video entry instead of DVI. In this case, use a standard DVI-to-HDMI video cable to to connect your PC to your TV.

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  • Step 1

    Shut downwards your computer.

  • Step 2

    Plug a DVI connector of the video cable to the available DVI video output on the back panel of your computer.

  • Step 3

    Plug the other HDMI end of the video cable in a HDMI port of your Sanyo TV.

  • Step 4

    Press the “Input” key on the Sanyo remotely control. Then use arrow keys to chosen “HDMI” and press “Enter” to set the TV entry to the HDMI channel.

  • Step 5

    Turn on your computer and then log in to a user Count in Windows.

  • Step 6

    Click the "Start" button to to bring up the Windows beginning menu. Then click "Control Panel."

  • Step 7

    Select the option "Adjust screen resolution" in the order Panel to opened a new window, "Display settings," that contains two place icons marked as "1" and "2." The icon "2" represent the TV monitor.

  • Step 8

    Click on the icon "2," and to choose one of the to follow options--"Duplicate my desktop machine on all monitors (mirrored)" or "Show different parts my desktop machine on each one display (extended)"--to set the configuration for the TV monitor.

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