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You have a number of options for doing this, but I think the cheapest may be to use a $35 Chromecast. According to this site full desktop sharing is a beta feature of Chromecast: How to setup desktop screen sharing to Chromecast? The setup of desktop screen sharing is very simple and straightforward. You do not need any additional software or ...


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Your video card determines the max supported resolutions. If you have the optional discrete GT750M video card see: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus/geforce-gt-750m/specifications Intel states: https://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/quick-reference-guide-to-intel-processor-graphics 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor family (Intel® Iris™ ...


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I have a similar set-up: 38" HD TV 3 meters away (10 ft) 1600 X 900 It comes with a warning message, saying: "If your resolution is below 1600 x 1200, some items may not fit on screen." but I never had any problems (however, if I ever do have problems, there are ways around this - more info below). Now you must change 3 different settings: Display Size ...


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Your blueray player is likely using HDCP. To attach the blueray player to your computer you would have to find a capture card that supports HDCP. To the best of my knowledge such a device does not exist. It is my understanding that Monitors with HDMI ports are HDCP compliant. Therefore you can hook the blue-ray player up to the monitor. However as you ...


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I got it all worked out. Apparently the issue is from the TV. Because I am using the TV from a hotel, so the HDMI is actually deactivated by the hotel. By simply unplugging the phone line at the back, I can switch to the HDMI channel I want. Thanks for all the help



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