N/APosted on - 09/23/2011
I am very happy with my LG Series LE5500 32" (32LE5500) LED TV. I use it with my Xbox360 connected via HDMI cable.
I am just worried that something may be wrong with it because every time I try to connect my CPU via HDMI it shows nothing.
I already updated my drivers but it's like the TV doesn't detect my Graphics card. What could be the problem?
My LED TV won’t connect with my PC
Video formats like FLV, DivX, and many others are compatible with computer systems but not all DVD/CD/Blue-ray players. To connect your PC to a TV, first your computer system must contain a video card with an S-Video either 7-pin or 4-pin port, or a DVI port, or VGA ports.
Some computers have HDMI ports. If you have an HDMI TV and your computer doesn't have a matching port, then you may perhaps want to get a converter.
The VCR connector offers further ways do this as well. You just need to connect both devices with the VCR cable and set your TV to the VCR channel and voila you are there. Your TV will also need a matching port (S-Video, DVI, VGA, HDMI) as well to accept the signal from your computer.
Check first your TV inputs to make sure you can connect a PC. < Turn off Computer < Connect Cable < Computer Configuration (Start menu > control panel > Appearance and themes > Settings >Advanced > select the tab for your graphic card > device settings > TV) < TV Menu (Use the TV remote control to change to the correct external input on the TV menu)