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With some motherboards the on board Video is automatically cancelled out when a slot dependent Video Controller is present. Bios will not change that option. If you want to use two Monitors at the same time, get a DUAL Video out card.
obvious things first. have you tried the other input plugs on the TV? do you get the same problem with plugs 1 and 2?
you can try only having the TV connected to the Graphics card and turning on the PC see if it comes up as the primary display automatically.
have you tried configuring the Nvidia setting so ONLY the tv is a display instead of dual monitor?
doing these will rule out faulty cable or faulty S-video plug or Faulty TV input plug.
First unplug your router, then unplug your modem and for 10 seconds. Next plug the modem back in and wait it to reboot(on mine this a series of 4 lights that light up in sequence, when the 4th light stops flashing, reboot is complete). Finally plug your router back in.
my ipod seems to work fine. depending on how you have hooked up, whether you've done it through the white ipod connection in the back or through the aux RCA's. Make sure it isnt a problem with your Ipod by re sycning it or reseting. I have learned tHROUGH EXPERIENCE USUALLY THE PROBLEMS IS IN THE IPOD NOT THE OTHER EQUIPMENT.