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Old 11-22-2005, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any of you guys would like to explain how can i hook up the PC to any type of TVs so the TV would be the monitor? like what wires or anything that i need, thanks.
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Sometimes it's the same as hooking it up to your monitor. If the plugs different, just make a note of what kind of plug you need for your tv, run to bestbuy or circuit city, and buy the right kind of cord or adapter.
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Some graphics cards have video out and/or S-video out.
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