1. Let's consider connectors that are on the laptop and on the TV. It can be VGA (D-Sub) (gives the highest image quality), RCA (plugs of type "Tulip", will allow you to picture not brilliant quality that kompensiruet versatility and the widespread use of interface), S-Video (available on most video cards), DVI, HDMI (the new generation of interfaces). If you find that socket types are the same, it remains only to find suitable wire (a large selection there is in hypermarkets consumer electronics and related departments universal hypermarkets). A further connection is no different from connecting a second monitor, that is most likely after the connection of the wire connectors on the TV will immediately see the image from the laptop.

  2. If you want to connect a laptop to a TV is not modern digital and analog type (as a rule, CRT televisions), a satisfactory picture quality for work with the text to achieve is unlikely, however, to view the video and gaming quality will be more or less satisfactory. Given the quality of modern digital televisions (LCD, plasma and projection televisions), as well as lower prices for them (especially in the case of models with a small diagonal), for permanent joint work laptop and TV it makes sense to consider purchasing a digital model.

  3. Problems displaying images on a TV can be associated with too high resolution and especially the refresh rate of the image specified by the video card. Try lowering these settings ("Screen" section of the control Panel of the laptop).