lul dude that's so simple... pretty nub question to ask.
Originally Posted by walford /forum/post/18104098
Its the graphics card/chip in the laptop which can not keep up with the resolouton over 480p you have no options. There is also a problem since your TV specs state that it will not support properly report any resolutiion other then 480i, 480p, or 1080i and 960x540p is not one of those three.
Originally Posted by Servicetech571 /forum/post/18104346
What input are you using?
I have the 65513 and found the component DTV input to work the best on "1080i" 1920 x 1080. With DVI the color doesn't look as vivid and there is a slight shadow on the left side. VGA only supports 640 x 480p, text looks blurry - video OK (will work in a pinch if graphics card is weak). Keep in mind our TV's natively are 1920 x 1080 29hz through component, try to feed at that resolution if possible.
Originally Posted by dpatel304 /forum/post/18105526
I'm pretty sure I read that, to the TV, a 540p signal is the same as 1080i. I don't have much technical knowledge, so no idea if this is correct, though. I do have the option, using Powerstrip, to output various 1080i resolutions, but none of them seemed to work.
I'm using a cable that goes from VGA > Component, and I've inputted it into the DTV inputs (Using the RbY..something setting).
Originally Posted by Servicetech571 /forum/post/18106710
With the VGA to component cables are you using the 5 RGBHV or just the 3 component wires? For VGA > Component cord to work properly all 5 must be connected. The VGA to 3 wire is the most common cord, VGA to 5 is what you need. You may also need to go into the TV menu and set the input as RGBHV.
I just used the component dongle on the back of my video card, but since you are trying to do it with a laptop it probably isn't an option for you.