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You would need either a S-Video, or HDMI out on the computer or a RGB or DVI in on the TV. If you have neither of these you can purchase a graphics card with HDMI out relative…ly cheap. Once installed you simply connect the cable. Anything less that HDMI/DVI will be hard to read as the resolution will be very low.
Monitors by definition have no tuner, so to use one as a TV you would need a tuner card in your computer. There were some tuner boxes for that purpose but they never caught on…. Some tivo type boxes will use a monitor too. Yes it can as long as it has the correct input cables.
TFT monitors can be used as a TV screen with a little modification. They just need a "TV combo box" which helps to receive antenna signals and transform them into formats …that are visible on TFT screens.
Yes, with the proper input on the TV and a video card that's capable in the computer. Many of the newer TV's will already have a computer input jack bui…lt in.
Any monitor can get what is called "burn-in". This happens when a non-moving picture is left on a screen for too long. A screen saver helps avoid this problem by making …sure the picture moves. TV's would not require this as they have constantly moving pictures.
Most LCD's have a VGA input and your computer/notebook will Have a VGA output. Get your self a VGA cable and connect the two With this cable. Acce…ss your settings (right click->display->)almost the same process on Vista it should be easy to set that part up and your set. If you're tv has a dvi input you'll be able to fond adaptors. If it only has audio/video (I.e composite) cables purchase An av to VGA adaptor and you're set!! It's east and I don't see why it isn't possible with any tv as long as there Is an a/v or VGA or dvi input.
Yes if it has VGA or HDMI input.
Yes. The original method was to add a TV tuner card to a computer. Most TV on computers now is streamed over the internet.
If your computer monitor has an HDMI output and your you have an HDTV, you should be able to connect with an HDMI cable - will cost you about 15 bucks from amazon.com
Why a magnet mess the screen of a tv or computer monitor up Is it something to do with the tube inside of it?
it messes it upif u havea ray tupe type
You need to ask your questions more clearly. But if you are asking if you can attach your computer to your TV screen, yes. All you need is a cord.
That would be the automatic feature that helps save power, or your electricity went out.
yes that is possible but you need a graphics card for your pc and connect through the svideo socket
If you monitor has a DVI,VGA or HDMI, then you can.
Almost any computer that has a DVI or HDMI port will connect to a modern television with an HDMI port. DVI is compatible with HDMI although it carries no sound. A DVI to HDMI …cable will carry the image perfectly. You may have to spend a little time to get the image size correct. Alternatively, many televisions have a VGA or RGB connector that will accept VGA inputs. In each case, a few minutes studying the manual for the television will normally provide a definitive answer.