Laptop connect tv fullscreen Tags: Configuration TV Laptops Windows 7 Last response: February 19, 2012 8:07 AM in Windows 7 Share evariver January 31, 2012 3:23:28 AM Hello, I have a 42-inch LCD Sony Bravia TV. I connected my laptop to the TV via VGA cables, but cannot get the television to display across the full screen. I've tried all available screen resolutions through the Control Panel on Windows 7, but none of them fill the full screen. My HP laptop does not have HDMI output so that is not an option. The specific TV brand is not recognized on the computer when it is connected with the VGA cable. Its called the Generic PnP Monitor. Has anyone encountered this and knows of a solution? More about : laptop connect fullscreen The_Prophecy a b D Laptop a c 215 $ Windows 7 February 19, 2012 8:07:35 AM This topic has been moved from the section Windows 8 to section Windows 7 by The_Prophecy Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumGames in fullscreen are off-center on my 2nd monitor ForumHow to display VGA output in fullscreen on the TV ? ForumCreating full-screen photo slide shows with music ForumConnecting laptop to tv ?? ForumConnecting a laptop to TV - Resolution settings? ForumI have connected my laptop to my tv but it is not a full screen ForumCan you connect tv and computer with hdmi cable then stream tv and search intern ForumLaptop to TV problem ForumChoppy Audio/Video Using GT430 Fullscreen Over HDMI ForumTV In A Bedroom Without Cabling.... via laptop and monitor or a internet TV ForumLaptop to LCD TV ForumWindow 7 this copy is not genuine ForumSony vaio E series vpceh25en laptop webcam driver free download for windows 7 ForumHow to turn on bluetooth on laptop gateway ForumBluetooth feature in hp630 laptop ForumHow to connect wifi mobile from pc ForumDownload packard bell laptop webcam driver now ForumWindows 7 solutions for sony vaio laptop monitor view ForumInstall an email program for my laptop cam ForumDual boot Snow leopard on laptop with windows 7 already installed? More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !