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The crossfire (or SLI) bridge is a small connector that enables you to connect 2 (or more) SLI enabled graphics cards together. There is a small raised part at the top of each graphics acard that the bridge just clips onto. Ive attached a picture which shows you how to fit one.
If these things are true: The composite connector on the card is for input. The computer has a compatible card slot for the graphics card. The TV has a composite connector for output. There is a driver for the card that is compatible with your OS. You have video capture software.
If not, purchase a video capture device/card. I recommend NewEgg.com
First I would replace the connection cord to the computer that is not working. Try switching the cords to test them. The router may have a reset button. Turn the router off for at least three minutes, and try again.
the repair he is refering to is a wired or wireless network windows connection repair, a dial up connection has nothing to do with that (some techy that is!), i need to know if your notebook is directly connected to the modem or via another pc or via a router