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Re: rca tv dispolay is black and white. color?
Windows does not recognize the tv and if you are using a cloned driver it is trying to use the tv with the vid adaptor drivers as the tv drivers you are using the basic generic drivers from MS beacause it does not know what it is download the proper drivers and go from there
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When you connect the computer to the monitor via an analog VGA cable, you get signal on the analog input. When you connect them via a DVI cable, you feed the monitor's DIGITAL input, so the monitor doesn't get any signal on it's analog input, and informs you about it. You have to select the digital input from the monitor's On Screen Menu, and then start the computer up - you should see the picture OK. Also remember to set the display resolution on your computer to match the optimum (native) resolution of your monitor - this will give you optimum picture quality. In case of VA712B it will be 1280x1024. Good luck and please come back with a testimonial if helped.
Check your second monitor properties. Right click your Desktop=>Properties=>Settings........Is your second monitor set on monochrome? It should be 16 bit or higher. and is the TV set to primary? Now click Advanced=>Monitors. You are probably going to have to play around with the settings in there because it could be any number of things. This is a common problem with no one right answer.
If you are located outside the US you might have issues regarding the NTSC and PAL s-video cable. Sometimes just switching to PAL then back again can cause the drivers for NTSC to reload.
How are you connecting to the TV? Composite, HDMI, RCA, DVI? If you still have no color repost with your cable connection type. Hope this helps.
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You may have to install or update drivers Most of the
drivers/software I get are from a web site driverguide.com you need to fill out
a free registration then search for the driver you need download it in a format
you can use install it and then most times reboot the computer