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No detect video from PC to TV

After I insert geforce 73000GT card in CPU, I connect cable to TV and the result are not detect at PC. I can't solve this problem.

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  • wishmaster10 May 11, 2010

    did you change the video settings to tv in your computers video settings

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Right click on the desktop then click settings.. then click advanced.. then there should be multiple tabs pertaining to the tv setting.. make sure the tuner in the card is set to the appropriate setting.. and format... usually NTSC for use with a TV a a display.. then ensure that you successfully clicked the second monitor in the display/ settings tab then check the box that say says "extend my desktop to this display " and then you tv should hav an image

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