I'm trying to build a system around my old works (ok to fry he he) laptop (Compaq Evo N410c). I have bought the Grand Ultimate XP Pro PC to TV converter (~£250!) - the desktop picture through scart on the TV is very fuzzy (can only read largest text - is this normal?) and I'm thinking of sending it back and trying a direct cable solution with powerstrip. I had a problem with my graphics drivers and Deksawyer helped me with that - I now have ATI Mobility Radeon version 184.108.40.20636. Then I loaded WMC 2005 OEM (~£70) - after many attempts - upgrade option would not work and I had to make a completely new partition (to avoid creating two operating systems on one partition). You need to boot from cd to get this option. I also had to make an XP SP2 cd to put in the drive when required (I read elsewhere that it was OK to cancel past this step - but it always failed to install if I cancelled). I can post web directions to making the XP SP2 cd if anyone needs it. Now WMC 2005 reports my graphics card/driver is not supported. I've tried various driver downloads from ATI but none will install. Is there a solution or workaround for this without changing hardware? What I'm aiming for in the long term to get all the kit (cables, converters, WINTV Nova T usb2, 250GB HD, CD/DVD) built and working around my Evo and then later (when I have saved many pennies) swap the laptop out for, ideally, a Sony S4XP or similar of my own. Anyone else got system based around a laptop - I'd be very interested to hear about it. John.