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My video display is not clear as such the tv card does not display pictures

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it's a simple problem solved quickly! follow these steps!
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Does your TV have a "VGA" input? If so, then connect the VGA-output from your computer's video-card to that VGA-input.

Does your TV have a "DVI" input? If so, then connect the DVI-output from your computer's video-card to that DVI-input.

Does your TV have a "S-Video" input? If so, then connect the S-VIdeo-output from your computer's video-card to that S-Video-input.

Note that only _SOME_ video-cards have DVI output or S-Video output. Check your video-card.

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Each computer that has a video card has software that comes with that card. The exact program is going to depend on the exact model # of your computer and the type of video card that you have - if you tell me the model # and video card information, I can get more specific with you. Unless you have disabled it, most video card software loads on startup - double-check your taskbar on the lower right-hand side of your computer screen, and see if one of the items says something about graphics (my video card software, for instance, is Intel Extreme Graphics 2). Open up that program, and change the "refresh rate" to 60 Hz, and see if the flickering disappears. In your case, the TV card that you have might have its own software that will allow you to change the refresh rate.

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If you tell me the video card software that you have, and the manufacturer and the model # of your TV card, I may be able to get more specific, but I think this at least has a chance of solving the problem.

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Windows XP :
Right click on your desktop > Properties > Display Settings > Click on the second monitor icon (monitor picture with number 2 in it) > Clear the checkmark at "Extend the desktop onto this monitor" > OK

That should fix it

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It might be the driver for the Video card that is not installed properly. Go to Start then Settings then control panel then select the Systems icon Then go to the Hardware tab. Select the Device manager under display adapter you can click and see if the device is working properly. You can get the drivers from the motherboard manufactures website. Hope this helps. :]

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