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Installed a nividia video card into emachine,

We attached emachine to tv with avi cord, windows starts to load, sound works, then screen goes black. how can we get this to fix? (also have emachine hooked to a computer monitor as well)

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When this PC is connected to the TV, what is the property settings for the videos screen resolution? You may need to bring the resolution to 800x600 or 640x480.

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