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Playing videos from Laptop through Sony 32ex403

emptage

Established Member
I want to play some videos on my laptop through my sony 32ex403. My laptop does not have a HDMI connection. How ca I do this ?
 

emptage

Established Member
Thanks for the reply. What do u you mean by a usb device. The films are on a portble hard drive, can i connect that to the tv ?
 

emptage

Established Member
OK I have connected the laptop to the tv via a vga cable. Unfortunately the picture on the tv is small How do I get it to fill the whole screen ?
 

QBSBuck

Prominent Member
Just change your pictures aspect via the tv remote. I do this all the time from a Dell laptop to a 42 inch Plasma. The VGA has a resolution limitation so you cannot make it bigger via the laptop.
 

flippence

Established Member
Transfer to a USB device and play directly on TV (subject to format ).
If you have Broadband at home setup DLNA.

You can connect to a USB portable drive ( check power if not run with external P/S ), provided the drive is formatted in FAT32.
A link here gives some information. Sony: How to play MPG files on Sony Bravia - solution!
Manual will tell you files supported. Or you could use a 8gb Fat32 USB Memory stick
As another poster has said you could connect with a Server on PC wirelessly through router ( DLNA). Although I never could only with ethernet.
 
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