How to Use the HDMI Out on the Asus EAH4350

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HDMI output is included with the entire lineup of Asus EAH4350 graphics cards. Using this output port, you can connect your computer to an HDTV or HD projector, letting you enjoy your PC movies and photos on a larger screen. If you've never used the HDMI output on the Asus EAH4350, the process might be confusing. However, Windows offers simple point-and-click options to get your HDMI output set up properly, helping first-time users with the process.

Things You'll Need

  • HDMI cable
  • Windows 7 operating system
  • Plug an HDMI cable into the "HDMI Out" port on your Asus EAH4350.

  • Plug the other end of the cable into your HDTV or HD projector. If you are using the television as your only monitor, your components are hooked up and ready to go. Turn on the TV and your computer's display should appear on-screen. If you're using the HDMI output in conjunction with a regular computer monitor, continue with the next steps.

  • Click on your computer's "Start" button.

  • Click "Control Panel."

  • Click "Adjust Screen Resolution," located underneath the "Appearance and Personalization" heading.

  • Click on the drop-down box next to the "Multiple Displays" label. When using Asus EAH4350 HDMI output along with a traditional monitor, Windows treats the HDMI port as a second computer monitor.

  • Click "Duplicate These Displays" to have your HDTV display a copy of your computer's desktop. For most users, this is the best option, but you can also choose to display on only one screen, or stretch the desktop across the computer monitor and HDMI device.

  • Click "OK" to save your settings and begin using the HDMI device along with your normal computer monitor.

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