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S-video no signal

I have the same problem alot of people seem to be having, my svideo works on boot all the way to windows screen, then just displays no signal, how do i fix that henryshannon@verizon.net is my email

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Dude no worries i had the same problem with driver version 175.19 but with 94.74 or 169.something i never had a hitch believe me it worked for me as 175.19 is latest release i updated to it but soon got it that it was actually meant for geforce 8 9 series so bro keep old drivers 94.74 or 169.71 and you would never have an issue
by the way do u see dots all over the screen with black back ground that was my experience with this driver version

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Go to the driver/software of your video card and set the display device. By default, it displays the VGA over the s-video.

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