Secure Digital (SD) cards are little memory devices that allows you to carry your computer files with you. These cards can hold anything from pictures, documents, music and even movie files. These files can be taken with you to view on other computers and, with a little preparation, you can also view your SD card files on your TV.
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Things you need
- Video composite cable
- S cable
- S cable to video composite adaptor
- SD card reader
Plug one side of the yellow video composite cable into the yellow "Video In" composite port of the TV, then plug the other end into the composite port of the S video to composite adaptor. Yellow composite video cables are usually accompanied by white and red audio composite cables. For this task you will only need the yellow video cable.
Plug one end of the S cable into the S cable slot on the computer and plug the other end into the S cable slot on the S cable to video composite adaptor. Never force an S cable into the slot as this can warp the interior design.
Plug the SD card into the card reader and plug the card reader into a USB port on your computer. If you have a newer computer that has built-in SD slots, you don't need a card reader.
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