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Hello I need help and would like to ask for advice. My grandma's friend gave me a dinosaur TV and I want to try using it before I throw in the towel and buy a new flat screen. I will use pictures to make explaining the process easier.

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This is my laptop that my cat Strawberry is chilling on. I want to hook this up to my TV so I can play games on it.

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This is my Sony Trinitron 2006 TV. It's a dinosaur and it has 5 settings. TV, game, video 2, video 3, and DVD.

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This is my HDMI to AV adapter that I got from Walmart yesterday. My HDMI cable and AV Jacks are plugged in and the adapter has a switch that can set it to 1080p and 720p.

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These are my TV input Jacks. It doesn't have an HDMI port which is why I'm using the AV adapter. Can you crack the case? I have tried every jack and every video setting on the TV and I can't get it to show the picture from my laptop. Please lend me your expertise if you know a way I can do it.
 

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Plug the red, white, and yellow wires from the HDMI to A/V adapter into the red, white, and yellow connectors which are all the way to the left of the connectors you showed in the photo. On the TV, select Video 2.
 

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Plug the red, white, and yellow wires from the HDMI to A/V adapter into the red, white, and yellow connectors which are all the way to the left of the connectors you showed in the photo. On the TV, select Video 2.
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No luck. I can't even tell what's going on with my laptop since the screen is broken lol
 
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