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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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    PSNPaul Dec 20, 2007


    Thank you for your co-operation.

    You wanted to know the model no. of my motherboard - PROCOMP BIW2B.

    There are three out ports - Blue, Green and Red. I fix the speaker's line to the Green port. What are the functions of the other two ports? Is it that one of them is for Video out? If it is, please tell me how to make the connections. If not, please tell me about the video card, the type to be used and an approximate price.

    Thank you.




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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.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

  • ohiotom Dec 20, 2007

    I downloaded the manual for your motherboard. It does not have a TV out port. From the manual it looks like the Blue, Green, and Red audio connectors you see are not physically on the motherboard. There is an audio header on the motherboard and I'm thinking the Blue, Green, and Red sockets you see are part of the case. The Green (as you know) is the line-out. The Red and Blue are line-in and microphone-in. I cannot tell you which is which.

    Here is an example of a card that will work:

    I think it's about $65. You'll need a PCI card, your motherboard does not have an AGP slot. Also, this example card has TV-out only in the S-Video format. This means your TV must have an S-Video connector. I did not look too hard, but I did not see a PCI card with TV-out in composite format.

    Good luck and let me know if you need more help.



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