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My computer is hooked up to my tv(sanyo ds27425) thru S-video from my radeon 7500 family graphics card, it works well for awhile then the screen goes blue! sound still works and downloads still come in from internet but scenn is blue!! help!!

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Personally I never liked s-video, especially when you have component available. But I think that the pins in the cable on one end is either real dirty, or possibly bent. There could also be foreign debris in the input/output ( TV/PC ) of the adapters. Or the cable you have just is no good. Hopefully it's not the video card itself. Try hooking up a VGA monitor and run it the same amount of time you do with the TV connected.If that's OK, try canned air in the input/output ( TV/PC ) ,and replace the S-Video cable. Good Luck!!

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