How to Connect a HP Laptop to a TV?

By connecting your HP laptop with your TV, you can easily transform it into a media center to play YouTube videos and media files saved on your laptop or you can also stream your chosen Netflix content, play video games on big screen, or modify a document without putting too much strain on your eyes. For more information regarding the entire process, contact HP Laptop Support.


Follow the Instructions Given Below to Connect HP Laptop with a TV

Part 1: Connection Basics

  • These days, all the laptops come with the HDMI port.
  • The high definition multimedia interface or (HDMI) port is similar to a USB port.
  • These days all the HD (High definition) TVs will come with HDMI ports.

Part 2: Connecting the Laptop

  • Connect the HDMI cable in the HDMI slot in your laptop and TV.
  • Most TVs comes with input connectors to match the input alternatives in your TV.
  • You need to switch to the right input for the connection with your laptop.
  • You need to consult the user manual of your TV for complete instructions if required.
  • The next step is to set your TV for the HDMI input.
  • Switch on your laptop.
  • Many laptops contain a “Display” key which can be accessed with the Function (FN) key.
  • You need to customize or modify the screen resolution if required.
  • The final step is to adjust the zoom level in your TV.

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