Why wont my computer connect to my tv Tags: Configuration Connection HDTV Windows 7 Last response: December 25, 2012 3:15 AM in Windows 7 Share jonathan4tw December 25, 2012 3:06:44 AM Hello, I have a Gateway All-In-One PC (http://us.gateway.com/gw/en/US/content/model/DO.GDGAA.0...) and im trying to connect it to my LED HDTV (http://www.insigniaproducts.com/products/televisions/NS...) using an HDMI cable and it is not working, I've hooked up many Labtops/pc's to HDTV's before without a problem but for some reason its not working with this one. More about : wont computer connect ktownmike December 25, 2012 3:15:15 AM You might want to try the vga or even a display port to hdmi adapter. Thinking drm is an issue. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhy wont my computer connect to my tv ForumWhy wont dvi to hdmi cable work on my pc to tv ForumWhy wont my computer play on my tv with a High definition HDTV cable kit and a V ForumWhy cant i connect my computer to my sony bravia tv ForumWhy don't I have sound when i connect my computer to my tv with my HDMI cable. ForumHow do i connect my computer to my olevia 32 lcd tv ? ForumComputer won't connect back to its HD monitor after hooked up to my tv ForumMy laptop won't connect to my TV anymore ForumMy Tv won't recognize my computer when connected via HDMI ForumWhy Wont my Computer Connect to Cable modems? ForumComputer wont connect with hdmi to tv ForumWhy do i have to overscan th image of my tv using ati drivers? ForumWhy wont my desktop pc connect to the monitor? ForumMy laptop wont connect to my tv anymore ForumTried to connect new blank HDD as Slave, now it won't Boot! ForumWhen I connect my computer to my tv I lose internet ForumWhy wont my samsung hdmi tv connect to my laptop ForumWindow 7 this copy is not genuine ForumNew install, new computer, hard drive(s) not being recognized. ForumUnable to connect HP 1020 Printer w\ computer More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !