HDMI is probably your only choice for that older model. Even if it had a VGA input, that usually looks like crap on a 768p plasma. I guess it would have been helpful if you told us what kind of video outputs your computer has, if any.
The picture i am getting is unbelievable for a computer monitor. I am waiting on a better video card because at this time cloning my monitor and fhd1 the same, i can only go up to 1280 x 768(for monitor to look right, fhd1 will go higher). That is using a Nvidia Fx5200 but the video card i have comming in should even do better. I can't believe the picture and how great the text is on the fhd1 from all the way across the room. This card will go higher i have but then my puter monitor won't work. I had to have a better graphics card to adjust the fhd1 higher and monitor lower.
Be sure to to get the latest drivers for your video card.
I found that it has an s-video port so bought a s-video cable and connected it to the s-video input on the tv but it is not displaying anything. I flipped the computer to presentation mode (like I do when i connect it to our office projector) but the tv is still blank.
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