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Video Ouput Line

I have PIII 700 MHz 128MB Procomp Motherboard machine. How can I see video through TV by playing CD/DVD from CPU?

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Re: Video Ouput Line

Without knowing much about this motherboard, I don't know if it has a "TV out" port. If it does you would connect a composite cable from that port to the input connection on your TV. You would probably also want to connect audio cables so you could hear sound from the TV speakers.

If you motherboard does not have a TV out port then you will need to purchase a video card that supports this feature.

If you can tell us the model number of your motherboard or brand/model of your computer maybe we can help more.

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