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You would need a video card that will support the RCA analog connection, or allow for some sort of conversion like COAX . From there you also need software that would allow you to view as TV. That how I did it, but that was a long time ago with an ATI TV card. AMD is now the maker.
You will have to do a little more research since TV is now digital and VHS remains analog, but basically you are looking for a TV card.
Did you take the remote to the tv and click Select Input. Then select
thr RCA where the tv should get the signal from (It might say Component
Did you try toggling the video?
The video will show on most systems when you
reboot without you having to do anything. Some systems will require you to hit
the FN (Function key) + F1 thru F12. Hold down the FN key then hit the
correct key for displaying on the monitor (F1 thru F12). The correct key
will normally have CRT/LCD on it or it will have the icon of a display.
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Gigaware PC to TV Converter Please remember hook it up before you turn on your computer. You may also need to adjust your resolution down a little. Right-click
on your desktop and click screen resolution to adjust the resolution
Try to find a code search feature.The alternative is to enter each code they have listed for all manufacturers,which takes a very long time.Dtv has many different models of remote so I can`t say exactly where to find the code search,but if you have time and the model numbers Dtv will be able to tell you exactly where to find it.You can also turn the volume on the tv louder than you need it and use the Dtv box for volume control.Hope this helps,and good luck.
******The brand of mouse would have helped***** ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The "frequency" may need to be reset. It works on the same idea as a Remote & TV. You have a transmitter & receiver and a button on each that needs to be pressed. First hold the button in on the receiver that's plugged into the PC. Hold that for about 5-10 seconds. The mouse has a button that is most likely hidden on the bottom of the mouse in a hole just larger than the size of a pencil point. Open a paperclip or use the end of a pencil & push the button in for about 5 -10 seconds while in a close proximity of about a couple of feet or less to the computer & the receiver. If this does not work then try the hardware installation wizard to install it automatically. and - Or, try the driver.
I have used a Tivo model 1 for years and love it. But when it cametime for HDTV, I decided to try a "build your own" PVR using SageTV orBeyond TV. I have done so and, to make a long story short, I justbought a Tivo Series 3. Problems with the Beyond TV and Sage TV approaches? 1) Tuner cards with drivers not compatible with running two cardstogether (Dvico). 2) Tuner cards that cannot accept cable cards and so limit you to OTAHDTV and analog cable channels. I now consider this THE major unresoled limitation in trying to build a PC version PVR to compete with a Tivo Series 3) Don't buy Tuner cards without a hardware encoder on analog channels. Thiscauses excessive CPU utilization and can result in stuttering video when recording twoanalog channels and watching a HDTV channel. This with a dual core4200+ghz cpu and this was better than two other MBs I tried. Note: Recently, ATI has introduced the ATI Theater 650 chipset based tuners which ARE reported to have a hardware encoder for analog TV channels. I would recommend this tuner as a starting point for any future PVR build efforts. 4) SageTv has lots of features for "geeks" but is missing lots offeatures.. Such as an easy way to tell the software to pick HDTVchannels instead of non-HDTV channels that are presenting the same program. 5) BTV has a pretty good GUI and good remote controls. Still, itsuffers from stuttering and pixelation when recording two analogprograms while watching an HDTV program. This is really a hardwareproblem (3 above) but I was not able to overcome it at the time. I needed a PCI or PCIe HDTV+analog TV tuner which included a hardware encoder for the analog capture mode. BTV has about the worst technical support of any software company I have ever worked with. But the software works pretty good. Their refusal to give me a "baseline hardware configuration" that they KNEW would work with Beyond TV software and two HDTV tuners should have been a red flag that I was going to have problems. 6) I had to go through three video cards before I found one that would give me dual displays while playing back HDTV. Even so, none of the ATI or Nvida based video cards would allow operation of the TV set as the secondary display. This was a result of the huge CPU load generated when making the HDTV display the secondary display and the computer display the primary. I finally settled for a configuration where I used ONLY the TV display and made it the primary display. So.. After spending three months of elapsed time and about two thousand dollars buying hardware and software to experiment with, I decided to give up and buy the $800 Tivo series 3 PVR withthe $199 lifetime subscription transfer price. Expensive, but I spent considerablymore (and a LOT of time!) trying to get a dual tuner HDTV alternativeto work and .. I failed to come close to Tivo Series 3 features andperformance. Until December 31, Tivo series 1 and 2 owners who have a "lifetime" update deal can transfer this deal to a series 3 for $199. This seems excessive considering that BeyondTV and SageTV give "free" TV Guide service "forever" as a part of their software purchase.. That was one of the attractions to these two software packages. In summary.. A lot of people appear to get BTV and SageTV to operate acceptably in specific applications. A lot of other people have a multitude of problems with their configurations. I simply could not find a combination of hardware and software that would work "without video stuttering under some conditions" with dual HDTV/Analog tuners. The failure of both SnapStream (Beyond TV) and Sage TV to publish even ONE "baseline hardware configuration" that is guaranteed to work under all circumstances with dual tuners makes me very suspicious that such a configuration is unknown at this moment in time. Let