Re: its not realy a problem i am trying to find a video...
Well if you do a search for a grapics cards with TV-Out you will find plenty of them out there to choose from. Some with HDMI(for HI-DEF) hook ups or S-video(not as great but dose the job), just gotta figure out what type of slots you have on your motherboard - AGP, PCI, and PCI-E(newer pcs) and how big(mb size) of a card you want depending if u play games or just looking for a small upgrade to make you computer run a bit smoother.
Note- if u do get TV-Out You will need to buy a S-video cable or HDMI(for HI-DEF) most of the cables that are supplyed with the card only seem to be no longer then 3 - 4 foot long.. also the tv that your trying to put images on make sure it has an S-video connection on it or a HDMI connection. Confirm the slot type on the motherboard with the computer manufacturer.
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obvious things first. have you tried the other input plugs on the TV? do you get the same problem with plugs 1 and 2?
you can try only having the TV connected to the Graphics card and turning on the PC see if it comes up as the primary display automatically.
have you tried configuring the Nvidia setting so ONLY the tv is a display instead of dual monitor?
doing these will rule out faulty cable or faulty S-video plug or Faulty TV input plug.
Using the camera:
Your phone has a flash to help you to take pictures in different
lighting environments. The flash is on by default, but you can turn it
off or use the automatic setting. To set the desired mode when using the
camera, select Options > Flash and Flash off, Flash
on or Automatic.
Fast viewing with memory card
To view your images and video clips quicker, use your memory card
as the main memory for storing them.
In the camera application, select Options > Settings
> Image / video storage > Memory card.
Capture and send
You can send the picture immediately after you have taken it when
you are previewing it. To display a picture immediately after you take
it, select Options > Settings > Image preview
time and the preview time. During the preview time, select Back
to take another picture, or Send to send the picture as a
Print your images
Your phone supports Nokia XpressPrint to print images that
are in .jpg format. To print your pictures, connect your phone to a
compatible printer using a data cable or send the image by Bluetooth to a
printer supporting Bluetooth technology. Select the image you want to
print from the Gallery, and when viewing the picture, select Options
The video card sends video data to the monitor. If the monitor does not display any images then the video card could be faulty. It could also mean the monitor is faulty. To check whether the video card or monitor is faulty, connect another monitor to your computer, if this monitor also does not displays any image then the video card is faulty.
He may be correct as your monitor, video card both are fine then the only thing left to blame is the motherboard. Does the monitor give any indication of life when you power on the PC? If yes then the monitor may be alright. If not then it could be the monitor too. Try the monitor with a different PC. Or with your laptop if you have one. As an additional display.
It is not detecting a signal from your computer. This means your video card is not sending an image. You can try another monitor, but I don't think that will help. I would boot the computer into safe mode and see if that helps. If it does, then the problem most likely is that your video card is trying to send an image in a resolution that is too high for your monitor. Otherwise, your video card has a problem. (Assuming that your computer is actually booting up)
try going to the Sakar web site they might have a down load of software. or buy a card reader put the card in the card reader and take images with windows program or download picassa its ree it should be able to down load from your camera.
This sounds like the TV is not compatible at all to the display card in the computer.
Look in the TV's user book and see what the resolution is. It is also very important that the field or refresh rate is matched. Set the computer's display card to match exactly to the native mode of the TV set. This is for the resolution and the refresh rate.
Try the TV directly to the computer with the DVI to HDMI adabtor alone with no other monitor bridged in. If it works, then connect the computer monitor back up to share the feed. If the TV goes back out then you know that there is a conflict between the devices.
There is a way to do monitor sharing and each having different specs. There would be the need for an active monitor splitter with independent mode settings for each of the outputs. This is terribly expensive for home use.
In the past I have had problems with conversions between DVI and HDMI. There are a lot of complexities in the protocol for this and not every type of TV or monitor works well with this.