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#1 SnowKid4485

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Posted 14 August 2012 - 09:18 PM

This is my first post on the forums so I apologize if this is in the incorrect area.

I am running Win 7 64 bit
ASUS A75M MoBo
AMD A8-3850 Llano 2.9GHz Socket FM1 100W Quad-Core CPU
I have an ATI Radeon HD 4550 series with the following outputs: 1 - DVI, 1 - VGA, 1 - S-video.

I am trying to run the S-Video output through a component converter to display on the TV. I used to have an Nvidia GeForce 7600GT 650m 256MB DD3 GPU that would display through the S-Video output just fine. However, that card has since burned out and I was forced to replace it. I have tried reinstalling the ATI drivers multiple times and have gone as far as to reformat the entire HD with no success. The TV I am trying to display to is a Emerson BLC320EM9. I have tried using the HDMI output from the MoBo and I get a display message on the TV set saying "format display not supported." Which is why I had resorted to getting a GPU card with the S-Video out in hopes I could use that. I am currently at my wits end with this, and feel like my only other option is to get a new TV.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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