How to connett via hdmi and VGA adapter for my Toshibe 3LCD data projector

My  HP Pavilion running windos 8.1  can not converse via HDMI A to VGA adapter to Toshibe TLP470Z data projector

Checking the manual for the Toshiba projector, found HERE, it states:
The projector cannot be connected to a computer that does not have
an analog RGB output terminal. For details, refer to the computer
• You may not be able to connect some computers to the projector.
The model number of your Pavilion PC would be most helpful.
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