Question about Canopus Spectra 2500 (16 MB) Graphic Card
I have tried compisit and s-video plugs will show every thing to windows
Out of range?
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
I would suggest you get a better video card, 16mb card is way to old for todays standard, go get yourself a $60 ATI it will run alot better.
If you want to get it on your t.v. you have to have the T.V. on the right channel, ( AUX) or whatever it has listed for the input, make sure your video card has all the software installed for it, go into the video properties and select the option to show on t.v.
Extended desktop will do that, you drag the mouse off the right side and it shows up on the T.V.
turn this off and it will mirror instead, showing the monitor on the T.V. but with a card that small on power, it might not display the colors very well.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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