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No image I have an HP pavilion a1218n with a ATI Radeon 9250 graphics card. I was attempting to hook up my PC to display on my TV through s-video. When I got an image on my TV I was told to mess around with some settings, now I have no display on my computer. I was told the settings on my graphics card need to reset or something... I ended up going through BIOS to run my computer on the original graphics card. How to I get an image back on my ATI graphics card?

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Re: No image

Try control panel, dispaly settings, monitor, change default monitor.
Let me know if this works for you.

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