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My family tends to watch a lot of videos on the family computer (which is a 4 year old piece of junk), but the monitor is constantly greenish with slight distortion at the top. We had the bright idea of hooking up the computer to the TV, which is a Samsung Series 5 530 46 inch LCD HDTV. After perusing the local BestBuy, we bought a cable that uses the standard PC monitor male plug on both ends. However, connecting this to the computer and the TV resulted in the TV displaying an error message of "Can't interpret signal" or something. I assume that it's because the computer is very old, but any other explanations would be appreciated. If it really is a hardware problem, then I could try my personal computer with a long-ass cable, and any suggestions on adapters or cable types would be also appreciated.