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#1 Flex2slick

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 04:52 PM

i was wondering if anyone new a CHEAP way to get my video output from my computer onto myt tv screen, i currently have a vga output on my video cardthat my monitor is connected to. I also have a s video on the video card, i dont know if its an input or output. i went to radio shack and they have a little box that costs 100 dollars that changes the vga output to rca. but i want to do it for like 20 bucks, can any one give me some tips? nvidea geforce4 mx 4000 this is the video card i have like i said i ordered a s video to rca wire but im not getting any picture when i hook it up to my tv so apparently that wont work, what do you sufggets?

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:04 PM

nmow im reading that that s video to rca should work, has anyone gotten this to work

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Posted 23 July 2010 - 03:39 PM

I run S Video from my laptop and picked up a headphone jack to RCA converter (less than $10) and plug from headphone jack to the audio RCAs on the TV.




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