I connected the RGB to RGB cable from the laptop to TV, adjusted my laptop's display settings, and the TV would display my computer's output.With the LN40A500, I connect the same cable to the D-SUB input from my laptop's output, adjust my display settings, and the TV doesn't detect the computer.
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Both memory modules could be access through the door on the bottom of the laptop.
Disconnect the hard drive cable connector from the motherboard.
Turn off the laptop, unplug AC adapter and remove battery.
Using a small screwdriver press on the locking latch above the Insert key and lift up the right side of the keyboard. Do the same with the second latch and lift up the keyboard from the laptop base. Place the keyboard upside down on the palm rest so you can access the cable connector underneath. In order to unlock the cable connector move the black clip about 2 millimeters towards the touch pad. If you break the connector, you’ll have to remove the motherboard.
I tried refreshing the TV, but it says that there are no devices detected.
I've tried a number of things and I really want to use my Samsung with my laptop but it just doesn't want to detect the computer. Ted I downloaded a new driver for my NVidia Geforce Go 7400 video card. I reconnect the RGB to RGB cable, then I turned the TV back on. So the TV displays my laptop's Windows XP login screen, as soon as I swiped my finger (Vaio's use fingerprints as password/security to login) Windows began to load and the TV lost the signal.
Now I have to figure that out, but at least I found something. Looks like Sony doesn't like to make it an easy plug and play when it's not in the same family of products. So I contacted Sony's Support and finally got great tech support.