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If your laptop doesn't have an hdmi out (you have to use VGA) then you can't use the automatic hdmi framepacking setup. You'll have to configure your TV set in 3D mode manually.
Each TV is different but in most cases you have to go through the TV menus and tell the TV to 1) activate the 3D mode 2) tell the TV the content is side by side.
Then just play your side by side video full-screen in any video player, or if your content is in an other format (top/bottom, or wrong aspect ratio) you can use stereoscopic player to do the conversion on the fly.
Most TVs work well this way but I have read users saying their TV refused to access the 3D mode with VGA input (only hdmi allowed). In some very rare cases, the TV doesn't have a 3D menu at all and then you're stuck (i think it was a 1st gen sony 3DTV).
Passive 3D, forever !
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. (really out of date ! I need to update it some day...)