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I'm trying to connect my Radeon X1650 to my HDTV Via a DVI to Component adapter. I have Catalyst Control Center 9.8 I cannot get a picture on the HDTV. I am using a anolog monitor as primary and trying to set up hdtv as secondary. I would rather use HDTV as primary if possible. Any advice please?

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Did you tried to force to detection of the HDTV ? On the CCC, you search a little bit and you will find something where you cn choose to force the detection of a component.

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