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Asus v7100/64 hi, I installed the drivers for this graphic card (windows xp/2k from asus.com) and it seemed to be working right but when i tried to use the video out plug to connect to my tv it shows nothing.i ran the smartdoc program and it says that it can not locate asus devices on my computer.if any can give me any insight it would be well appreciated.

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I think the output for this vga is s-video cable...in my experience, if you connect the s-video cable to the TV with the support of s-video..it will automatically open at the same time with the monitor...is this what you mean? or else,try to explore in the bios setting if theres an option for video output enabling..jz try only my solution..if the same problem,give some more details.

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