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Making A Tv Your Computers Monitor

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#1 synshadow


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Posted 08 April 2006 - 08:35 PM

I have all the neccessary equipment(video card with TV-out, S-Video cable, a compuer and a tv)It seems i do everything tright, because when i go on the monitor to switch the video output to the television the moniotr goes black and no error seems to be found, but i cant figure out how/where the channel to view it is on, i check input and channel 0 and one.....any suggestions/ideas?

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Posted 10 April 2006 - 02:29 PM


1. Right-Click an empty part of your Desktop and select the Properties option from the menu.

2. Click the Settings tab from the Display Properties window that appears.

3. Near the bottom of the window, click the Advanced tab. This should open up your Video Card options.

There should be an option that allows you to configure which Monitors or TV's you would like to use. It will probobly be named something like Displays. Then, just choose the options that best fit your needs, apply the settings, and try it out.

If for some reason the options panel is not where I suggest, look for them under Control Panel.

Hope this helps,

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