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Re: s video out displays in black and white on my hdtv
Hmm, did u changed the settings on your TV? since you geting a B&W screen the signal goes to your TV, you now have to tell (sett up) your tv that the signal is from your pc and that the signal is comming thrue an s-video cable.
And yes, a long s-video cable loose a lot of quality if is to long.
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From what you describe it sounds like that the computer is overheating when you start a game. Here are some links with pictures to show you how to clean out your computer. How to Clean the Inside of Computer : Desktop
In Windows, it just comes up with a message saying it will be clocked down, so you just click "OK"? if molex is not plugged. 1. You should install the driver for the graphic card so it wont show distorted images, Microsoft display drivers are not reliable in gaming you may experience distortions. 2. Plug the molex or 4pin power to your card and observe if you will encounter the same problem after doing step 1.
3. If not try to test another PSU or acquire a new PSU that is powerful enough to run the card - not using the power cable could damage all your system. Hopefully this information helps. Happy Gaming Thank you for using FixYa.
When recording your video using the dazzle and it shows fast forward in motion I would suggest to you to go ahead and record it again but this time disconnect your dazzle and reconnect at the back of the usb port of the computer and from there check and try recording again. If still the same problem you need to uninstall your device driver. Click on start>control panel>system>hardware>device manager>sound video and audio preferences>look for pinnacle dvc 100 video device right click and uninstall it. Restart the computer. Go back and check and record it again.
You are going to need the Driver and support programs. Download them from Radeon. I don't think it will support 3 outputs but I have not configured that card. I know to do so you will need there software so start there. You can also download the user manual for the card from there.
1: First check wether your graphics card is able to support 2 monitors. Not all built-in ones can do that.
2: If you re sure it should be able to work, try restarting the pc after you connect the monitor, it should open a popup and ask what you want to do.
3: If not try updating your drivers and repeat step 2.
As for the tv as a monitor, most digital tv's are able to do that, yes.
When you hit Save or Apply in the Control Panel, the driver remembers the settings. You did that right.
The problem might be when the computer restarts, that the graphics card doesn't correctly check for the SVIDEO output, OR your monitor is missing a resistor (some Sony and Panasonic) on the Chroma output that tells the video BIOS that there is actually something attached (DC-coupled). The latest NVIDIA drivers can detect AC-coupled monitors on the latest GPUs, but since the VBIOS sets the environment, the driver may not check again.
It is possible that uninstalling the video driver and installing a newer one might solve the problem