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In the attempt to connect my PC to my TV I don't get a picture once the computer gets into windows. On boot up it works. I have tried S-video connection and the VGA connect. I did get it to work when I put my computer in Safe mood and in VGA mood. Anyone can you please??

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Hello Warlock1434:

It sounds like you will need to change the hertz and the refresh rate for the display setting for the Pc.

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