Question about KWorld PC to TV (0872880887527) Video Capture

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When I hook it up according to your #3Hardware connection diagram I only get color strips, no audio no video

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  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    Did you see the picture of your product? It is a PC to TV converter. I hooked it up according to the instructions and the tv shows a group of colored lines and that is all, no audio no video.

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    Please answer me I need your help The product is PC to TV. What do I do to make it work?? Thanks

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    I have your PC to TV unit. I hooked it up to s-video, usb, 9 pin data cable and put it on CBVS. The remote works but the tv shows color stripes only no video or audio

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    There are very few instructions. I hooked it up the way it said the data cable from comp to converter box, usb cable from comp to converter box, svideo cable from box to tv. There is no driver and the booklet boosts there is no drivers??

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    That link does not come up there is a lot of other junk out there. I cannot find your download....

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    I have been advised to download drivers. your info on the box says no drivers needed???? I cannot access the address you gave for the download. what is the answer.

  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009

    Alright Gents,
    Please help me figure this out. We purchased a brand new Majestic brand TV. It does not have a direct data cable hook up for the computer. We purchased the Kworld PC to TV converter and the best I can get is vertical colored lines.
    The directions that accompany this unit are pathetically lacking.
    Can you please tell me the proper installation of this Kworld unit.
    Thank you.


  • sv_moxie Oct 07, 2009


    The email address you supplied ( ) does not work. Any other ideas young man.

  • sv_moxie Oct 11, 2009

    No I have to return the product it will not work for me. How do I cancel my account with you?



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See the installation is quite tricky and it requires to install drivers on some units which are non-compatible with the tuner.:
here the procedure:
click the link will tell you how to download the exact drivers and then how to install them and how to properly hook it up to successfully view tv.
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I had the same exact problem with my PC to TV only showing colored bars. I watched a lot of videos/read many forums to try to figure this out.

The solution was very simple.

I did two things wrong: 1) I was using a different VGA cable then the one that came with the unit. 2) My PC resolution was not set to 1024x768 so my tv couldnt read it.

MAKE SURE you use the VGA y-cable provided with the unit and MAKE SURE you plug the one labeled "PC" into your PC (as opposed to the other blue one labeled "monitor," which i dont use. it DOES make a difference)

Then i press fn+F7 (my particular hot key for external monitor display. every comp is different, so check yours online/in the manual) on my laptop. I had to enable the "XGA 1024x768" option under the "fn+F7 settings." (all i did was check off a box for this option and click OK. then i was able to use that option)

Once i did this, POOF!!!! Away went the annoying colored bars and up came my computer!! HOORAY!!!

So lets recap:
1) use the provided y-cable to connect PC to TVtoPC and plug them in according to its label.
2) make sure your hot key settings has the option for "Presentation on Projector and Notebok : XGA 1024x768" and enable it. (i assume xga=vga???)
3) once you click that resolution option, your picture should come up! (if not, then just reset the pc to tv and it should work!
4) just for reference, im using the S-video cable to connect my unit to the TV. but the choice is yours.

I hope this helps you with your problem!!

PS: I read that the computer needs to have a screen refresh rate of 60 hz. This is accessable thru right click->preferences->display settings->advanced settings->monitor->refresh rate. I didnt need to mess with this cuz my PC already had that setting. the resolution was the actual problem.

PS #2: I saw many videos on youtube saying that you needed to switch to monitor 2 under the display settings. this is contrary to my setup. I am still using monitor 1. just with the 1024x768 res. instead of my normal 1400x1050 resolution.

Sorry if this is really wordy! Hope it helps you solve your problem and keep you from throwing your PC to TV out the window!!


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You will need to install the correct drivers.

Find them here:

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What is model please... What problem have you encountered out there?

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    micromaster Oct 07, 2009

    this could be a incorrect cable connection, check the connection from comp to tv, make sure driver was installed, and adjust the pc screen resulotion into lower range

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    micromaster Oct 07, 2009

    try to change the Svideo cable, it seems that your problem is only in there..


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