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[help] TV out problem

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by dUnKle, Nov 27, 2003.

  1. dUnKle

    dUnKle
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    Just used the TV out for the first time on my ATI 9800pro graphics card

    Its connected to the TV via the cards S-Video out socket

    I can get a diaply on the TV of the windows desktop etc but have a few problems .........................

    <1> Tried to watch a movie on the TV via Media Player - the movie plays fine on the Monitor but although the TV itself shows the Media Player screen and buttons etc it will not show the movie - any ideas why and how to fix ?

    <2> The TV display is very, very bright and slightly misaligned - how is this corrected ?
     
  2. Ayub

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    hi, i can help you on the the settings. Have to make it quick as i dont have very much time ( about 2 mins) then i will return at 10pm onwards.


    RIGHT CLICK

    PROPERTYS ( ON MAIN SCREEN)

    HIT SETTINGS

    CLICK ON 2 MONITOR

    ADVANCED

    LOOK FOR DISPLAY TAB

    SET TO 60 htz

    and then



    CLICK ON ABOVE GO TO MONITOR

    CHEANGE

    TO GENERIC T.V AND SET TO 60hTZ THEN PROBLEM SOLVED

    iF NOT THEN create extend monitor and use divx player like i do ( lets you use the computer for other reasons too.
     

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