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Anyone know of any local bars that will have this on TV? I called Across The Street Pub and I guess Artie is on vacation and no one there knows how to connect a laptop into the TV's.

 

I can watch at home, but I was thinking of meeting some coworkers out and watching it somewhere.

That is unfortunate. I have been there before and watched thru laptop on the tv.

Thinking of going somewhere to watch Mondays game but that is on the U

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1) Plug cable from TV into laptop (HDMI, DVI, etc.)

2) Right click on desktop and go to "Display Options" or "Display Settings" (depending on Windows OS)

3) You should see options there to 'duplicate display', 'extend display', etc. Pick whichever one works best for the situation

4) Profit??

Sometimes, some laptop manufacturers even have a keyboard shortcut, such as FN + F8 on most Dell laptops, to do the display switching for you.

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1) Plug cable from TV into laptop (HDMI, DVI, etc.)

2) Right click on desktop and go to "Display Options" or "Display Settings" (depending on Windows OS)

3) You should see options there to 'duplicate display', 'extend display', etc. Pick whichever one works best for the situation

4) Profit??

 

Sometimes, some laptop manufacturers even have a keyboard shortcut, such as FN + F8 on most Dell laptops, to do the display switching for you.

 

I obviously know how to do it. That said, I am not going to attempt to do it for a bar/restaurant and risk myself breaking something

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