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I INSTALLED MY ATI RAEDEON 128PCI VIDEO CARD AND IT HAS S VIDEO OUT AND COMES WITH THE SVIDEO TO RCA CABLE BUT I CANT GET THE IMAGE TO DISPLAY ON TV

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The S-video to Composit adaptor tells me that you wish to connect to the Composit input of the TV

Connect the TV , set the TV to ( Composit input ) Composit 1 , or Composit 2 , NOT A CHANNEL

restart the computer , this will help the video card and software to detect that the TV is now on and connected.

When you come back to windows you should be prompted to perform the television setup wizard

if not

go to your display properties

Advanced tab

and manualy configure the video card for television output.

Selah.

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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