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I have an S-video cable ran to my tv and it only shows I have one moniter installed. I have my moniter as well as the S-video cable plugged into the pny card. should it be that way? I have also just bought a new tv, philips lcd wide screen...but it is not reconizeing it.

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Hi,

Your connection are right. All you have to do is to configure it with the graphics software. You can select if you want to do a mirror or extended mode.

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First thing to do is to lower the resolution to say 800x600

call up the Nvidia control panel by right clicking on an empty part of the desktop and click the Nvidia CONTROL PANEL

there are two methods one is the MULTIPLE DISPLAY WIZARD (Just follow it through and it will do most of the work for you)

OR

Use the SET UP MULTIPLE DISPLAYS option. (my choice)

It is better to select the "CONFIGURED INDEPENDANTLY" option often knows as dual view.

Below that are two boxes the first sets the order of the display. Set it so your regular monitor is first on the list.

the box below that selects the PRIMARY display normally leave this to your default monitor until you have finished setting up both displays.

when you have two displays then go to the "CHANGE RESOLUTION" (still in the Nvidia panel not the regular display panel)

click on the display you want to change and alter to suit your taste.
now do the same for the other display.

If you get an "out of range" error drop the resolution as you are trying to do more than the display can handle

There are similar procedures for other makes of graphic cards.

Try avoid the VGA to component leads as they are hit and miss in this type of application.

S-Video is quite good

your best option is DVI and it the one I use to drive a 50" sony

You have to let your card know about other displays using the steps above or similar

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