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I have Philips 47pfl 9632d connected to my pc having geforce 9600gt video card. connection is hdmi to dvi-adaptor. having high rezolution like 1920x1080 tv is flickering, espiacially if I use a mouse. any ideas what could be an issue? thanks a mill

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  • striogiux Nov 05, 2008

    My resolution now is as low as 1600x900 and I checked mouse and it's fine

  • striogiux Nov 05, 2008

    I installed new drivers for my geforce9600gt and I think connection is fine. and flickering as I said starts when I start using mouse.

  • striogiux Nov 05, 2008

    is that a common problem with nvidia video cards and philips 9632d lcd television? Anybody had the same problem?

  • striogiux Nov 06, 2008

    my tv and monitors are on different resolutions and on different refresh rates. I'm kinda a bit affraid to use that recomended software as it was mentioned that it could f... my tv up

  • striogiux Nov 06, 2008

    well I can't see where is that sample rate option in control panel/mouse but my refresh rate is at available max which 60hz

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Your better off if you don't do the tv that way as this way does cause the tv's to malfunction with this type off connection , I have had mine hooked up with the s-video for three years watching movies on one while on the internet on another screen and I haven't had any problems with the card( nvida ) or my tv
but the resolution is the issue for that type of video transfer 720p is more appropriate for fast action as it uses progressive scan frames, as opposed to 1080i which uses interlaced fields and thus can have a degradation of image quality with fast motion.
In addition, 720p is used more often with Internet distribution of HD video, as all computer monitors are progressive, and most graphics cards do a poor job of de-interlacing video in real time. 720p video also has lower storage and decoding requirements than 1080i or 1080p.

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See if you can increase the refresh rate of the LCD Tv, and also the sample rate of the mouse (Control Panel > Mouse properties)

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Seem to be a resolution problem. Be sure to set the resolution to one that is compatible with your HDTV. If your computer monitor and your HDTV only share one common resolution, set it to that until after you get a picture on the HDTV, then change it to the desired resolution. When possible, always try to use the displays native resolution. For example on some HDTVs the native resolution is 1280x768.

You can use a great piece of software called Powerstrip to do this. Install it and then add the desired resolutions. To add a custom From here you can add a preset or user defined resolution. If your TV only accepts 1080i then use "1920x1080i 60hz" resolution, in PowerStrip go into display profiles, then "Advanced timing options", then choose "Custom Resolutions".


It is important to keep in mind that it is possible to break your TV by sending it the wrong resolution.

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Check the screen by changing all the resolutions 1 by 1 .as 1 of them will suit the screen.or it could be the card problem in your pc thats not supporting as it should be.

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  • fixexpert Nov 05, 2008

    also check out this link for the connections and proper adjustment.

    http://www.inspectmygadget.com/2007/06/1...



    thanks.

  • fixexpert Nov 06, 2008

    technician at your place is much advisable as its risky to take any steps without proper idea.if the tv get bursted it will cost you much more to get it repaired.and the technician will have all the required parts to exchange and locate the problem.as he will be onsite it will be much easy for the tech to come to the required conclusion.



    thanks.

    bet of luck before taking any further steps.

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Try to increase the color quality highest in computer, try to update the software for the video card, if the adapter cable is connecteted properly

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Change the resolution settings to little low from what you have set.and also check that the wire of mouse is poroperly connected.if its loose it flickers.

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  • mmechanics Nov 05, 2008

    many a times if the card is not supporting several different ----different problem occurs on the screen.it flickers or goes totally black for a minute then again come up automatically.etc   etc  ....
    remove the card and reisert back.


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