Question about Nvidia TNT2 Vanta, (16 MB) AGP Graphic Card

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Cann't connect my PC to my TV

I have been trying to connect my desktop to my TV thru a S video cable. I have changed the settings too but the still is blank. when i restart the computer it does flicker but that is it. Earlier, I used to plug in my Laptop to the same tv and it used to work fine...
I need help.

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  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2008

    when outputing to tv it displays the Windows startup logo in colour then flickers and changes to monochrome when fully loaded... any ideas?

  • Timpi123 Jun 15, 2008

    I have a same problem. I can't connect my TV thru svideo cable. In the driver show only the 'Composite' output, and there is no any picture on TV. The cable works fine with another machine, so, the problem source is the card or the driver...



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Ah, the desktop and the laptop... completely different in so many ways. First of all, if we are talking about a TNT2 graphics card, the output is VGA. If you are connecting to a TV with an S-Cable, you are connecting to a TV with an output port other than Video. I know that on laptops S-cables are almost always S-Video, but on desktops, this is less common. There really isn't a VGA to S-Video cable I can think of, and so you will need to try something a bit different.  What inputs are available on the tv you are trying to attach to? I can tell you that there are competent adapters for VGA to Component, VGA to HDMi, VGA to DVI (though this is more of a MAC thing) and AVP (completely a mac thing). I have not, however, found a direct way to VGA - Yellow display (AV) without more than 2 devices between.
Let me know your inputs, and I'll give you my best (the best) possible solution... it matters little if this is a MAC or PC, but let me know that too if you will.

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Please conect your tv card to your pc and install his driver

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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