Yes. Intel graphics support outputting to an analog or digital television as long as your computer has television output connectors. Contact your computer manufacturer for the supported and tested television configurations for your computer model.
Four types of TV-out connectors are used for connecting to an external television. Those types are DVI, HDMI, VGA, and DisplayPort. Contact your manufacturer to see which connector is compatible with your computer and television.
These cables may or may not work with your computer. It greatly depends on your hardware including but not limited to what your computer's video port supports, the cable itself, and/or your TV. It is recommended to check with your computer manufacturer whether your computer supports these TV cables and what TV cables are validated to work with your computer.
First identify which connector type you are using to connect the TV to the computer. Next, connect the computer to the television. Once connected, you might need to switch your display in graphics setting to the television.
Press Ctrl + Alt + F12.
Click Multiple Displays, select the Television in either Primary or Second Display.
A number of issues can cause black and white output:
Driver issue: Verify that your system has the latest drivers. You can get the latest drivers from your computer manufacturer as they can have customizations specific to your system. Generic drivers are also available at Intel Download Center.
Connector issues: Check that cables or adapters used are securely connected to the system and the TV.
SCART connectors only support composite video.
If you are using the S-Video output on your system, you can only get a black and white picture. With the S-Video output, you must use an S-Video to SCART adapter to connect to the TV.
TV mode: Verify that your system is using the same mode as your TV (PAL or NTSC).
Hardware issue: Check to see that you are connecting the system directly to the TV and not through any other device.
Some resolutions are not available for certain connection types. The connector you are using can also dictate the resolutions that work with your devices. Check with the manufacturer, you might need a driver for your television.